Coding has become a necessary skill for today’s researchers to collect, organize, analyze, visualize, and communicate their data. Yet most of us are never trained in these vital skills. At Code Horizons, we help you learn the skills you need to take your work to the next level.
September 30-October 2, 2021
This seminar will familiarize you with using git through GitHub and demonstrate how to integrate GitHub into a research workflow.
October 7-9, 2021
This seminar is designed to teach researchers how to prepare data for analysis in a way that is both accurate and replicable.
October 14-16, 2021
This course is designed as an introduction to R for those who are looking to use R for applied statistical tasks.
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Code Horizons instructors are recognized experts in their fields of study. They have each published extensively, and have many years of experience in research and coding. Most importantly, they are demonstrably excellent instructors with the skills to present coding methods in an efficient, stimulating, and easy-to-follow manner to participants from all disciplines and backgrounds.
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Aaron Gullickson, instructor of GitHub for Data Analysis, gives a brief introduction to the benefits of using git for R projects and how to create your first repository using GitHub.
Learn to use git, a free, open-source distributed version control system, through GitHub and how to integrate GitHub into a research workflow. You’ll get hands-on experience with how to create and manage your own remote repositories.
We’re excited to welcome Paul Smaldino, who will teach the basics for understanding, building, and analyzing agent-based models, a class of formal models in which individual actors are instantiated as computational objects, using NetLogo.