Workshops

Materials related to workshops, courses and data institutes hosted by the NEON project are posted to this section of the website as they become available. We also host workshop materials for NEON-related courses and workshops presented by collaborating institutions. While these materials are designed to be used by participants during a workshop, many of the materials are structured as self-guided, do-it-yourself tutorials for people to review and work with if they are unable to attend an event.

If you are interested in collaborating on a workshop or would like us to host your NEON-related workshop materials, please contact us

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Using NEON Data and Educational Materials in Your Classroom | LDC 2017

October 21, 2017
Life Discovery – Doing Science Education Conference
Data discovery is a crucial step to bolstering lessons with data and for students to be comfortable asking questions using data. This workshop at the 2017 Life Discovery – Doing Science Education Conference provides an overview on how to access NEON data and a hands-on walk through of some of the...

Using the NEON API Workshop

September 29, 2017
NEON
Learn to use the NEON API! The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) provides an Application Programming Interface (API); this workshop will guide you through using the API to access NEON data in R.

Using the NEON API | ESA 2017

August 07, 2017
Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting
Learn to use the NEON API! This workshop will guide you through using the NEON Application Programming Interface (API) in R to access NEON data.

Working with Time Series in R using NEON Data | ESA 2017

August 06, 2017
Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting
This 5-hr workshop is taught at the 2017 meeting of the Ecological Society of America (ESA) in Portland, OR. Learn fundamental skills in R needed to work with and plot time series data in text format including data.frames, converting text format timestamps to an R date or datetime (e.g. POSIX...

NEON Data Institute 2017: Remote Sensing with Reproducible Workflows using Python

June 19, 2017 - June 24, 2017
NEON
The 2017 Institute focuses on remote sensing of vegetation using open source tools to promote reproducible science. The primary computing language of this Institute is Python. This Institute will be held Boulder, CO 19-24 June 2017.

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