This was the first Data Carpentry workshop run in the UK, and was supported by ELIXIR-UK.
All the workshop materials are available in this website: http://apawlik.github.io/2014-11-27-elixiruk-manchester/.
I was invited to deliver some of the lessons, and for that purpose prepared the following material:
- Managing life science experimental data in tables
- Discovery of Metadata Standards and Databases and the tools I used for the lessons where described in the Tool shed
A blog post by Ian Dunlop describing the experience is available at the Software Sustainability Institute website: Observations from the first UK Data Carpentry workshop