Version Control using git

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Category Data Management Coding
Description Good data management practices are becoming increasingly important in the digital age. Because we now have the technology to freely share research data and also because funding agencies want to do more with decreasing research funds, many funding agencies and journals require authors and grantees to share their research data. To provide training in coding for data management, Tobin Magle, the Morgan Library's Data Management Specialist, is putting on a series of data management workshops called "Coding and Cookies".
Details We've all intuitively used some type of version control in our work such as saving multiple versions of a document. While easy, it can cause file bloat and ultimately become more complicated. Luckily, formal version control systems have been developed to streamline this process. In this month's Coding and Cookies, we'll be covering version control using git. After this session, you'll be able to create a git repository, make and add changes to the repository, and use GitHub to remotely store your repository.
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Location Colorado State University, Morgan Library Computer Classroom 175, 1201 Center Avenue Mall, Fort Collins, CO
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Registration Opens2/15/2018 11:30 AM
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Event Starts3/15/2018 10:00 AM
Event Ends3/15/2018 11:30 AM
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