This 5-day in-person workshop will provide researchers with an overview of reproducible and ethical research practices, steps and methods for more easily documenting and preserving their data at the Arctic Data Center, and an introduction to programming in R. Example datasets will draw from natural and social sciences, and methods for conducting reproducible research will be discussed in the context of both qualitative and quantitative data.

This course is free to attend, and no prior experience is needed.

Who should apply: Arctic researchers with little to no programming experience who want to gain skills in ethical reproducible research for qualitative and/or quantitative data.

Deadline: October 10th

Read more and apply here.