We will be holding our next Data Carpentry workshop on September 26–27, 2017 in the Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology. The workshop will cover spreadsheets, OpenRefine, SQL, and python, with a focus on humanities data.

This workshop builds on the successful “taster” session led by Iain Emsley at the 2017 Digital Humanities Oxford Summer School. It is part of our efforts to develop a pilot Data Carpentry curriculum for the digital humanities, which we will be contributing back to the community.

The workshop is free and open to students, researchers, and staff of the University — see the workshop website for details, including information on how to register.

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