Data Science Training Camp at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: Syllabus and slide presentations in 2020
Beaulieu, Stace E.
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Keyworddata science; best practices; data management; scientific computing; training; workshop; professional development; curriculum development
With data and software increasingly recognized as scholarly research products, and aiming towards open science and reproducibility, it is imperative for today's oceanographers to learn foundational practices and skills for data management and research computing, as well as practices specific to the ocean sciences. This educational package was developed as a data science training camp for graduate students and professionals in the ocean sciences and implemented at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in 2019 and 2020. Here we provide materials for the 2020 camp which was delivered in-person during two afternoons (total of 8 hours), with two modules per afternoon. We aimed for ~40 participants per camp, with disciplines spanning Earth and life sciences and engineering. Disciplines at each table were mixed on the first afternoon but similar on the second afternoon. Contents of this package include the syllabus and slide presentations for each of the four modules: 1 "Good enough practices in scientific computing," 2 Data management, 3 Software development and research computing, and 4 Best practices in the ocean sciences. The 3rd module is split into two parts. We also include a poster presented at the 2020 Ocean Science Meeting, which has some results from pre- and post-surveys. Funding: The camp was funded by WHOI Academic Programs Office through a Doherty Chair in Education Award, with additional support from WHOI Ocean Informatics Working Group, WHOI Information Services, MBLWHOI Library, the NSF-funded Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office (BCO-DMO), and an NSF-funded XSEDE Jetstream Education Allocation TG-OCE190011. We also utilized resources from the NSF-funded Pangeo project.
Presented at Data Science Training Camp, Woods Hole, MA, January, 22 - 23, 2020.
Suggested CitationPresentation: Beaulieu, Stace E., Raymond, Lisa, Mickle, Audrey, Futrelle, Joe, Symmonds, Nick, Mazzoli, Roberta, Brey, Rich, Kinkade, Danie, Rauch, Shannon, "Data Science Training Camp at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: Syllabus and slide presentations in 2020", Presented at Data Science Training Camp, Woods Hole, MA, January, 22 - 23, 2020., DOI:10.1575/1912/26103, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/26103
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