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Text Analysis in R with Quanteda, a workshop offered March 11, 2020 from 1:30 to 4pm at Lamont Library B-30

March 11: Text Analysis in R with Quanteda

March 11, 2020
Are you interested in using natural language processing or text analysis in your research? R is one of the most recommended languages for TA/NLP, partly because of an ecosystem of libraries designed to tackle many common tasks. In this workshop, we will explore Quanteda, an R package for managing and analyzing textual data. Register free on the Harvard Training Portal.
Visual Eloquence: A Hands-On Workshop for Creating Effective Data Visualizations, 4pm to 6pm on Feb 27, 2020 at Lamont Library B-30

Feb. 27: Visual Eloquence

February 26, 2020
Visual Eloquence is a participatory workshop on visualizing data and understanding the powerful role it plays in analysis and presentation for digital scholarship. Pizza is provided! Register free on the Harvard Training Portal.
Cover image, Digital Futures Discovery Series 11-6-19, Gabriel Pizzorno on Identity, Personhood, and Material Culture: Personal Effects Confiscated from Prisoners at Dachau Concentration Camp

Discovery Series Talk, Nov. 6: Identity, Personhood, and Material Culture

October 25, 2019
Wed., Nov. 6, 2-3pm at Cabot Science Library: Concentration camps were much more than a corollary to National Socialism: they represented the most fully articulated manifestation of its ideology. This talk will showcase the use of advanced digital techniques to shed light on one of the most crucial steps in the admissions process, the removal of personal effects from arriving prisoners, and explore how we can use these objects to gain insight about their owners, the system that victimized them, and the distinctions it created.... Read more about Discovery Series Talk, Nov. 6: Identity, Personhood, and Material Culture
Digital Futures Discovery Series, October 2, 2019, 2-3pm at Cabot Science Library: Using Augmented Reality to Improve Physics Learning in Maker Spaces

Discovery Series Talk: Using Augmented Reality to Improve Physics Learning in Maker Spaces

September 25, 2019

Wed., Oct. 2, 2-3pm at Cabot Science Library: Emerging technologies like Augmented Reality (AR) have the potential to radically transform education by making invisible phenomena to become visible and accessible to novice learners. This talk, by Iulian Radu of HGSE's Learning, Innovation and Technology Lab, discusses research projects at the intersection of makerspaces, physics education, and immersive technologies... Read more about Discovery Series Talk: Using Augmented Reality to Improve Physics Learning in Maker Spaces

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