The SSI has developed and co-developed an array of training resources aimed at various levels of expertise. These resources are all listed here. Some of our collaborators include The Carpentries, The Turing Way, our Fellows, and CDTs and DTPs in the UK.
If you have a suggestion of a resource we should add, please let us know by email.
- Intermediate Research Software Development Skills – Carpentry-style training material for a core set of established best practice intermediate software development skills for working as part of a team in a research environment. Developed by Aleksandra Nenadic, SSI Training Lead, Steve Crouch, SSI Software Lead, and James Graham, Research Software Engineer.
- Various training modules developed for the EPSRC Sustainable Approaches to Biomedical Science: Responsible and Reproducible Research Centre for Doctoral Training (SABS R3 CDT), including:
- Computational Research Skills Training Course developed the South Coast Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SoCoBio DTP)
- The Turing Way Handbook - an open source community-driven guide to reproducible, ethical, inclusive and collaborative data science developed by the Alan Turing Institute and contributed to by the Institute staff and members of our community
- R for Open and Reproducible Research - a series of online workshops by Institute Fellow Andrew Stewart including slides and video recordings
- Introduction to Reproducible Analyses in R - a course by Institute Fellow Emma Rand, including slides and video recordings
- R Coding Club - a collection of coding, data science and statistics tutorials co-run by Institute Fellows Gergana Daskalova and Isla Myers-Smith
- Building Websites with Jekyll and GitHub - Carpentry style training material for building project and personal websites on GitHub using Jekyll and GitHub Pages
- Introduction to Using GitHub - a tutorial by Institute Community Manager Rachael Ainsworth, including a video recording
- Accessing Open Data from R using APIs - a tutorial by Institute Fellow Reka Solymosi, including a video recording
- Video recording of Data Carpentry (R) workshop from 13-14 October 2020
- Video recording of Software Carpentry (Python) workshop from 10-11 November 2020
- Video recording of Software Carpentry (Python) workshop from 1-5 March 2021