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Jupyter Notebook Collection Data Exploration: No More Silence

Jupyter Notebook Collection Data Exploration: No More Silence Online

This day-long workshop will get you familiar with working with Python code using Jupyter notebooks to analyze sample data from the No More Silence dataset, which draws from AIDS History Project collections. Jupyter notebooks are a way to publish, share, and execute code in a web browser alongside narrative descriptions of, and annotations about, the code and data you are working with. In this workshop, we’ll introduce notebooks designed to support exploration of a dataset drawn from archival collection materials. If you are new to or curious about digital health humanities, you’ll learn both about the fundamentals of how to use Python libraries to prep, explore, and analyze data as well as about the research potential of archives as data.

Throughout the day, Charlie Macquarie and Geoff Boushey will guide you though hands-on coding activities which gradually increase in complexity and model common data exploration workflows. Note that there will be several breaks, including a lunch break from 12-1pm.

This workshop is geared towards learners who are new to computational textual analysis but have some basic familiarity in Python programming concepts.

Friday, Jun 16 2023
9:00am - 4:00pm
Time Zone:
Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
  Archives and Special Collections     Data Science  
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Kathryn Stine