Manipulating GLAMR data with Python
Transforming metadata from one standard to another can be an arduous process. Learn how to automate this task using the Python programming language.
Camp Trainer: Jonathan Garber
Jonathan is a geographer, YouTube star and now Research Data Specialist. He is passionate about knowledge sharing, travel, and helping to solve data and code crimes to address global challenges.
University of Tasmania
Building 20 – Morris Miller Library eLab2
Camp Counsellor/s: Rodney Foley and Monica Wood
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Facilities available: WiFi, bathrooms, main library space.
Room WiFi Access Details: TBC
Room Access/Security Details: Someone will be in attendance to direct delegates and assist with sign in.
Covid-19 Local Health and Safety Requirements: Temperature checks are required before access to any buildings, mask wearing is not required, maintenance of social distancing is.
Catering Details: Tea, coffee, water, biscuits (TBC), fruit, sandwiches, soft drinks.
Other Important information for Attendees: Please arrive 30 mins before start to allow time to check in and to connect to venue WiFi.
On Campus parking may be limited.
For Workshop D, Python, all workshop materials can be found on GitHub. Campers may find it helpful to print off the cheat sheets (located in the cheat_sheets folder) prior to the workshop. There is no requirement to download and install any software! The workshop will be run entirely using browser-based tools. If participants really want to install Python, consult the readme file for links and additional instructions. But again, Campers do not need to install Python or any other software for this workshop.
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