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MATLAB Introductory Workshop, 10/15, 7pm – 9pm

“MATLAB® is a high-level language and interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization, and programming. Using MATLAB, you can analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and applications.”  – MathWorks     Workshop Description This workshop provides an introduction to MATLAB® … Continue reading

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Statistical Programming with R Workshop Series (Two Sessions!)

R is the de facto standard for statistical analysis in a wide range of disciplines such as computational biology, finance, sociology, political science and digital humanities. This two-part workshop will help participants to get started with R’s abilities, ranging from … Continue reading

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Teaching with Technology Innovators Series: As Easy As ABC: Digital Humanities in the Classroom

Topic: As Easy as ABC: Digital Humanities in the Classroom Speakers: Bill (William) Gleason (Professor & Chair, Department of English), Andrea Immel (Curator, Costsen Children’s Library), Ben Johnston (Manager, Humanities Resource Center, OIT), Clifford Wulfman (Coordinator, Library Digital Initiatives) Time: … Continue reading

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Introduction to Text Encoding and TEI

Time: Wednesday, January 29, 2:00pm – 4:00pm Location: HRC Classroom, East Pyne Room 012, Lower Level Instructors: Clifford Wulfman and Ben Johnston “What’s with all the pointy brackets???“ Text encoding involves rendering transcriptions of documents (books, newspapers, magazines, manuscripts, engravings, and … Continue reading

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NEW! Workshop Series: Statistical Computing with R

R is the de facto standard for statistical analysis in a wide range of disciplines such as computational biology, finance, sociology, political science and digital humanities. This two-part workshop will help participants to get started with R’s abilities, ranging from … Continue reading

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