D-Lab’s workshops and other training offerings focus on students’ individual needs. We aim to help users needing short training around research software, tools, and techniques. We also address career planning, grant writing, and networking for graduate students. Our trainings are designed for a wide range of skill levels and backgrounds to address a diverse user-base and promote a variety of methodologies, toolkits, and resources. Find out what trainings we have coming up.
The D-Lab offers a number of services to meet the individual needs of our users. Here you will find current listings of upcoming trainings, regularly scheduled working groups, and availability for one-on-one consulting.
Our team of consultants offer daily appointments and drop-in hours for advising and troubleshooting on qualitative and quantitative research design, modeling, data collection, data management, analysis, presentation, and related techniques and technologies. Our standard consulting services are free of charge, and we welcome inquiries from Berkeley faculty, staff, postdocs, and grad students at all levels of expertise. Find out what consultant might be of most help to you and your project needs.
D-Lab working groups bring together researchers from across disciplines and departments who share a common interest under the broad rubric of data-intensive social science. These self-organizing groups meet regularly to discuss relevant research, master a new technological skill, or collaborate on a project. Find out what working groups we currently have scheduled to meet.