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Progress Update: The Data Visualization Community of Learning

  The D3.js community of learning is meeting weekly this semester on Zoom at Wednesdays from 12-1:30pm. If you are interested in receiving updates (whether or not you can attend meetings) and weekly reminders about our meetings, please sign up here. First, you might be wondering what a community of learning is, or how a […]

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Spring 2020 Digital Scholarship Workshops

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop¬† Instructor: Andrea Samz-Pustol Date & Time: Thursday, February 13th at 4:30pm Location: Canaday Computing Lab (Room 315) Description: Are you about to turn in a paper or presentation and your images need some editing?¬† This workshop will teach basic skills such as cropping, color alteration, adding text, removal of text or […]

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Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase

  The Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase Join the Digital Scholarship Graduate Fellows on February 17th for updates on the digital tools and resources they have learned and obtained this past year. Each presenter will briefly discuss the skills they have gained, relevant to their interests. Please join us on the 17th from 4:00-6:00 pm in […]

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Turning Data into Discoveries: Using R in a Humanities Dissertation

By Rachel Starry When I first started working on my dissertation project, all I really knew was that I wanted to explore cities. Roman architecture has a lasting presence in the landscapes of places as far removed from each other as Scotland and Libya, and along with the growth of trade and communication networks under […]

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R Community of Learning

Do you work with spatial data like maps and architectural plans, or geographical data from an archaeological project? Does your research involve networks, such as social connections between artistic communities or trade networks spanning the ancient world? Are you interested in analyzing text corpora, in English or another language? Do you have unruly data in […]