Coffee and Code: Databases II Online
This workshop is part of UNM's Research Data Services Coffee & Code workshop series that focus on tools and strategies that make data management, analysis, visualization, communication, and sharing more efficient and more fun. This Spring we are doubling the fun with two workshops each month for January through May.
This workshop will will provide hands-on experience with additional database design and interaction through use of Structured Query Language (SQL), an introduction to the concept of database normalization, use of keys to establish relationships between database tables, and database functions for automating database processes. We will be working in the Jupyter Notebook environment for the workshop that you can install through the free Anaconda individual edition if you don't already have a python programming environment installed on your computer.
The instructions for setting up your computer with the needed software can be found in the Readme file for the workshop here: https://github.com/unmrds/cc-database-2/blob/master/README.md
In response to recommendations of social distancing and minimizing personal interaction to reduce opportunities for transmission of the COVID-19 virus RDS is presenting our workshops online for the foreseeable future. Please register so that we can send you any updates to the workshop connection information or scheduling.
This workshop will be virtually presented via Zoom. Zoom connection information will be sent out as part of the workshop registration confirmation and reminder the hour before the workshop.
Related LibGuide: Data Workshops and Webinars by Karl Benedict
- Friday, February 4, 2022
- 9:00am - 11:00am
- Time Zone:
- Mountain Time - US & Canada (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.