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Data Carpentry workshop
An introductory workshop to data management, databases, and data analysis in R, aimed to life scientist at all career stages, from undergrads to senior scientists.
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Training course: Time Series Models for Ecologists and Climatologists
A course on model-based time series analysis, focussing on applications in ecology and climatology and using the R package
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Training course: Introduction to Python for biologists
Training in the Python programming language, popular for all types of bioinformatics work
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Stats course: Spatial analysis of ecological data using R
A course on the concepts and R tools that can be used to analyse spatial data in ecology
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The Precautionary Principle: Governance of Innovation and Innovations in Governance
Summer school aiming to explore challenges and possible ways forward for the effective and appropriate application of the precautionary principle in sustainability governance.
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9th ALTER-Net Summer School, 2014 ◄A►
Information about ALTER-Net's 2014 Summer School
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Systems Ecological Perspectives to Sustainability conference & training course
International conference plus training course
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Last few places left on modelling course in Spain
There are a few places left on the course 'Introduction to individual-based models in ecology using NetLogo', that will take place in Spain in May. The tutors are from ALTER-Net partner, UFZ.
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Training course: Introduction to individual-based models in ecology using NetLogo
Training course for agent-based modelling
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Training course: Network tools in biosciences
A course to introduce participants into the analysis of complex biological systems using network models.
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