Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry have been featured in many publications, and some members of the Carpentries community have written materials about our workshops, our history, and our impact. Comprehensive reports about our impact can be found in our assessment section.
Do you know about other works that should be listed here? If so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
Jorge Aranda: "Software Carpentry Assessment Report", July 2012.
John D. Blischak, Emily R. Davenport, and Greg Wilson: "A Quick Introduction to Version Control with Git and GitHub" PLoS Computational Biology, 2016.
Beth Duckles: "Value of Software Carpentry to Instructors", 2016
Beth Duckles: "Non-Teaching Instructor Report", 2016
Matthew Gentzkow and Jesse Shapiro: "Code and Data for the Social Sciences: A Practitioner's Guide.", 2014.
Jo Erskine Hannay, Hans Petter Langtangen, Carolyn MacLeod, Dietmar Pfahl, Janice Singer, and Greg Wilson: "How Do Scientists Develop and Use Scientific Software?" Proc. 2009 ICSE Workshop on Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering, 2009.
Edmund Hart, Pauline Barmby, David LeBauer, François Michonneau, Sarah Mount, Timothée Poisot, Kara H. Woo, Naupaka Zimmerman, and Jeffrey W Hollister: "Ten Simple Rules for Digital Data Storage" PeerJ PrePrints, 2015.
Damien Irving: "A minimum standard for publishing computational results in the weather and climate sciences", 2015.
Christian T. Jacobs, Gerard J. Gorman, and Lorraine Craig: "Experiences with efficient methodologies for teaching computer programming to geoscientists", 2015.
Julie Libarkin: "Software Carpentry Workshop Evaluation", June 2012.
William Stafford Noble: "A Quick Guide to Organizing Computational Biology Projects." PLoS Computational Biology, 2009.
Yasset Perez-Riverol, Laurent Gatto, Rui Wang, Timo Sachsenberg, Julian Uszkoreit, Felipe da Veiga Leprevost, Christian Fufezan, Tobias Ternent, Stephen J. Eglen, Daniel S. Katz, Tom J. Pollard, Alexander Konovalov, Robert M. Flight, Kai Blin and Juan Antonio Vizcaíno: "Ten Simple Rules for Taking Advantage of Git and GitHub" PLoS Computational Biology 12(7): e1004947, 2016.
Marian Petre and Greg Wilson: "Code Review For and By Scientists" Proc. 2nd Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experience, 2014.
Jory Schossau and Greg Wilson: "Which Sustainable Software Practices Do Scientists Find Most Useful?" Proc. 2nd Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experience, 2014.
Ashley Shade and Tracy K. Teal: "Computing Workflows for Biologists: A Roadmap" PLoS Biology, 2015.
Alexandra Simperler and Greg Wilson "Software Carpentry: Get More Done in Less Time" 2015.
Tracy K. Teal, Karen A. Cranston, Hilmar Lapp, Ethan White, Greg Wilson, Karthik Ram, and Aleksandra Pawlik: "Data Carpentry: Workshops to Increase Data Literacy for Researchers" International Journal of Digital Curation, 2015.
Ethan P. White, Elita Baldridge, Zachary T. Brym, Kenneth J. Locey, Daniel J. McGlinn, and Sarah R. Supp: "Nine Simple Ways to Make It Easier to (Re)use Your Data" PeerJ PrePrints, 2013.
Hadley Wickham: "Tidy Data" </em>Journal of Statistical Software</em>, 2013.
Greg Wilson, D. A. Aruliah, C. Titus Brown, Neil P. Chue Hong, Matt Davis, Richard T. Guy, Steven H. D. Haddock, Kathryn D. Huff, Ian M. Mitchell, Mark D. Plumbley, Ben Waugh, Ethan P. White, and Paul Wilson: "Best Practices for Scientific Computing" PLoS Biology, 2014.
Greg Wilson: "Software Carpentry: Lessons Learned" F1000 Research, 2014.