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Library Carpentry

The Library Carpentry module 'Tidy data for librarians' is maintained by Tim Dennis, Thea Atwood, Sherry Lake, Erika Mias, Jez Cope.

Background

Library Carpentry is a software skills training programme aimed at library and information professions. It builds on the work of Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry.

Library Carpentry is in the commons and for the commons. It is not tied to any institution of person. For more information on Library Carpentry, see our website librarycarpentry.github.io.

Contribution

Code of Conduct

All participants should agree to abide by the Software Carpentry Code of Conduct.

Authors

Library Carpentry is authored and maintained by the community.

This module in particular is heavily based on the Data Carpentry Spreadsheets for Ecology lesson maintained by Aleksandra Pawlik and Tracy Teal, with contributions from Christie Bahlai, Aleksandra Pawlik, Jennifer Bryan, Alexander Duryee, Jeffrey Hollister, Daisie Huang, Owen Jones, Ben Marwick, and Tracy Teal.

Citation

Please cite as:

Library Carpentry. Tidy data for Librarians. March 2017. https://librarycarpentry.org/lc-spreadsheets/

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