Please register and obtain connection information for our next webinars with the links provided about one week before the event in the list of VTCs below.
- 29 May 2018, webinar: “Going Static with LTER Websites“ Tim Whiteaker (University of Texas at Austin). To register and for connection information please see here.
- “Data publication training”. 24 – 25 May 2018, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, VA.
Data publication facilitates open science, collaboration, and introduces new sources of data for scientific synthesis. These benefits are recognized by several research journals and funding sources, which now require data publication from researchers in the environmental sciences who may be unfamiliar with this process. To help the research lab of Cayelan Carey realize these benefits and meet these expectations, the Environmental Data Initiative (EDI) will provide a 2 day training workshop.
- Hands-on workshop “Creating EML with R and publishing data packages in the EDI repository”. 5-7 June 2018, University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM.
The goal of our workshop is to enhance research projects’ efficiency in archiving their data packages in accordance with the standards developed by the ecological research community. For more information see here.
- Hackathon “Opening of the Information Management Code Registry”. 12 – 14 June, 2018, University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM.
EDI will celebrate the opening of the Information Management Code Registry with a hackathon. All coders and wannabe coders who have at least some experience with R or Python and an interest in writing new code or contributing existing code to the Registry are invited to contact us. For more information see here.