designing and conducting research and other scholarly activities
This workshop provides an overview of the principles of data management, including best practices for documentation and file management. We will share some useful tools for making your data management workflow easier.
This workshop is offered by Stanford Libraries' Center for Interdisciplinary Research as part of its mission to provide training in technical academic research practices and applied research methods.
Discover: Social science data sources for your researchMeet: Subject Librarians & Data Provider Representatives at GSB Workshops & the Green Library Data ExpoAttend: Data Talks, Workshops and Demos, Tour the David Rumsey Map CenterWhere: Graduate School of Business Library (GSB) & Green Library
Graduate School of Business Library (Bass Center) from 9:00AM-12:00PMWorkshops and information sessions include:
This workshop teaching basic data manipulations with Python using the Pandas library, and will cover topics such as loading data into a Pandas DataFrame, performing basic cleaning and analysis, and visualizing relevant aspects of a dataset. To learn these skills concretely, we will work with a dataset of tweets collected during the release of the Apple Watch.
This application is closed.
The objective of this workshop is to introduce students to the principles and practice of machine learning using Python. This workshop will assume some basic understanding of Python and programming; attendance at the Introduction to Python workshop is recommended.
Preparation: Please consult this page to prepare your computer for the workshop: https://github.com/sul-cidr/python_workshops/blob/master/setup.ipynb If you need help with the installation, please arrive 20 minutes early and we're happy to help you.
The objective of this workshop is to introduce students to the R programing language and some basic functions useful for statistical analysis, data manipulation and visualization.
Goal of this workshop is to provide an introduction to R as tool to visualize and analyze spatial data. You will learn about the structure and characteristics of the sp and the sf spatial objects in R, you will explore some spatial operations, and you will get an overview of how you can plot and map spatial data interactively from R.
Requires a basic familiarity with R.
Please bring your own laptop.
This workshop is only for individuals affiliated with Stanford University (SUNet ID required).
The objective of this workshop is to teach students how to use Jekyll and GitHub to set up and deploy webpages.
This workshop is offered by Stanford Libraries' Center for Interdisciplinary Research as part of its mission to provide training in technical academic research practices and applied research methods. The workshop will be led by Scott Bailey and Javier de la Rosa.
The Emerging Technologies Team (ETT) is a group of Stanford University Libraries technology and library staff who regularly work with new and emerging technologies.
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