One of the primary goals of the CCRCN is to provide training tools and tutorials for coastal carbon researchers. Here is a listing of the training products developed by the Network to date.
Collaborative Coding for Carbon Science
The CCRCN aspires to make coding a more enjoyable and collaborative process for all. We conform to tidyverse philosophies and grammar, which provides a unified methodology to approach R coding. Take a look at some of these tools and training developed by CCRCN managers as well as other developers from across the web.
CCRCN: Data Curation in RThis is a series of exercises to work on R tidyverse using CCRCN data. Learn to import, display, manipulate, and plot data with a set of human- and machine-readable commands.
Make EML with R and share on GitHubThis tutorial, courtesy of Colin Smith of EDI, introduces use of an R package that will facilitate the process of creating and organizing your metadata in EML format as a XML file. Unfamiliar with these acronyms? Give this a glance.
Data Carpentries LessonsData Carpentry aims to teach fundamental concepts, skills and tools for working more effectively with data. Much of the content that the CCRCN teaches is derived from the Data Carpentries suite of lessons.
RStudio Cheat SheetsWhy memorize syntax? This isn't a Chem 101 exam. Feel free to use a cheat sheet to remind you of the right commands-- RStudio has developed lots of helpful ones.
Coastal Wetlands Methodologies and Protocols
Provided below is a set of guides and documentation relevant to the field and laboratory methods of wetlands research. Have suggestions of other resources to include here? Emails us at CoastalCarbon@si.edu
Carbon Data Visualizations Across the Globe
From colleagues within the Smithsonian and beyond, here are a handful of interesting map products worth a visit.