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Programming for Data Science

The library’s Data Science and Open Scholarship Team provides programming support and a wide array of workshops for UCSF researchers and staff with an emphasis on analytics, data management, and visualization. Round out your programming knowledge by attending one of our free workshops on Python, R, SQL, and Unix, scheduling a one-on-one consultation with a programming expert, or discover helpful resources below to help get you started.

Meet our data science experts

Geoffrey Boushey, MS
Geoff is the Head of Data Engineering. He teaches and consults on programming for data pipelines with an emphasis on Python, Unix and SQL.
Albert Lee, MS
Albert is a Data Science Instructional Designer. He teaches and consults on programming with R, Python, and AI applications.

Getting started for new programmers

Looking for an introduction to fundamental data science tools? Check out these helpful workshops, recommended readings, and programming tutorials.

Find out what’s happening with programming and data science

Data science services have been invaluable to my research; I leave each consultation with a better understanding of the appropriate analytic approach and new ideas to strengthen my analysis.

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