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Please join us on Friday, April 21 at noon via Zoom for Workshop #5 Citation Management
Learn how to organize your bibliography references.
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Learn basic data analysis with ggplot.
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Learn the basics of OpenRefine to clean your data.
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Please join us on Friday, March 24 at noon in Room LA76 for Workshop #2 Finding Data You Can Use for Research
Learn how to find and open government data to use in your research.
Please join us on Thurs, March 23 at noon in Room LA76 for Workshop #1 Basics of Research Data Management
Learn how to organize your research so you don't lose data.
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