In this private online workshop, NEON scientists will lead participants through the NEON data portal and teach them how to access and work with NEON data in R. This is a closed workshop for students participating in the Community College Field Biology Alliance program.
In this private online workshop, NEON scientists will lead participants through the NEON data portal and teach them how to access and work with NEON data in R. This is a closed workshop for graduate students participating in the Graduate Student Seminar Series at the Jornada LTER.
NOTE: This workshop has been postponed until FALL 2022
Intended audience: Open to federal and non-federal participants including funders, scientists, policy-makers and practitioners with interests, expertise, resources and/or capabilities to inform federal CDR research opportunities, partnerships and investments related to air, land, coasts and societal dimensions.
More details: Continue checking the US Carbon Program and NACP websites for updates related to this workshop.
This workshop, held at the 2022 Ecological Society of America Meeting, will guide you through the basics of data access in R, then provide time to explore NEON phenology data and resources and discuss additional data sets that may be utilized in downstream analyses.
In this workshop we will explore the breadth of NEON educational resources through the lens of remote learning, including our Tutorials, Teaching Modules, and Science Videos. We will also do some live hand-on programming in R to access and explore NEON data. The goals for this workshop are to increase your awareness of NEON resources (documents and staff!), understand the workflow for working with NEON data in R, and to highlight how each of these can fit into an online curriculum.
EREN (Ecological Research as Education Network), Project EDDIE (Environmental Data-Driven Inquiry and Exploration), and NEON are partnering to support a collaborative community of educators and researchers who want to explore new approaches, tools and datasets for their classrooms and research labs that combine the EREN project model with NEON data and EDDIE techniques for teaching data science.
The Landscape Exchange Network for Socio-Environmental Systems (LENS)- a National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Coordination Network- is holding a workshop to identify data and methods relevant to socio-environmental systems and connect them to NEON AOP data.