Welcome to Day Three!
Welcome to Day Three of the Earth Analytics Bootcamp! Today, you will learn how to implement version control with
Git to manage versions of your files and to back-up your files to
Github.com. You will also learn more about managing your
Jupyter Notebook files and using
Markdown for documentation.
After completing the lessons for Day 3, you will be able to:
- Define version control and explain how it can be accomplished using
- Create, rename, and delete
Markdownto add documentation to a
- Implement version control for your
Jupyter Notebookfiles using
|Review Day 2 / Questions|
|Lesson 1: What Is Version Control|
|Lesson 2: Manage |
|Lesson 3: Using |
|Lesson 4: Guided Activity: Version Control with |
|Lesson 5: Guided Activity: Submit Pull Requests on |
Lessons Day 3
Today’s lessons provide the information that you need to continue homework 1. In the lessons, you will use
Github.com to implement version control for your files and use
Jupyter Notebook to manage files and add
Markdown documentation to your
Jupyter Notebook files. You will also practice the
GitHub workflow that you will use to submit Homework 1.
Be Sure You Have the Homework 1 Jupyter Notebook File
If you have not already forked and cloned the repository for Homework 1, complete the challenge posted at the bottom of the lesson on Get Files From GitHub.
Continue Homework 1
Important: Complete today’s lessons and hands-on activities (listed above) BEFORE continuing Homework 1.
The first homework (Homework 1) is due Friday, August 10th at 8:00 AM (U.S. Mountain Daylight Time). See this link to convert the due date/time to your local time.