Our 'Silent Discos' are based on tutorials from the Programming Historian website.
Participants will meet for a brief introduction to the topic, and then you'll work on your skills at your own pace
This one-day workshop will give you an introductory overview to the basic techniques for producing informative and reproducible visualisation of tabular data with R and RStudio.
Our 'Silent Discos' are based on tutorials from the Programming Historian website. This training is based on Creating New Vector Layers in QGIS 2.0 and Georeferencing in QGIS 2.0
This three-day workshop aimed at researchers in the humanities and social science domains that want to improve their data management and analysis skills. No prior computational experience is required
Building on the work in the previous workshop (An Introduction to Text Analysis), this workshop will introduce further techniques for analysing text. Using the Python programming language
The amount of textual data available to us grows each day, comprising a huge resource which is potentially of tremendous value. This workshop will provide an introduction to the process of extracting
Spatial analysis underpins a wide range of research across numerous fields, from tracking the movements of people, to considering the impact of location, to studying environmental change.
This session will introduce visual methodologies and, in particular, digital visual research that makes use of online data and content to research social issues.
Recent contributions to digital
There is more information on the Internet than any individual can absorb in a lifetime. What is needed is not merely access to that information, but a scalable way to collect, organize, and analyse it