Data 101

Thursday, October 17, 2019
10 am–11:30 am
Alexander Library, Digital Humanities Lab


Francesca Giannetti

So you’ve finally assembled or gotten your hands on a dataset or spreadsheet. Nice work! Not sure what to do next? This hour-long workshop will provide strategies for efficiently turning semi-structured data into tidy data before introducing participants to a range of simple but powerful analyses using the R programming language. No coding experience required. Participants are encouraged (but not required) to bring their own datasets to work with, and all are welcome to stay afterwards for an open office hour to discuss any further or more specific questions.

Location: Alexander Library, Digital Humanities Lab

Alexander Library
Digital Humanities Lab