Intercontinental trips require multiple days of traveling, layovers, and more often than not, rerouting due to bad weather. While some may consider a storm to be a roadblock, others may take it as an opportunity to explore a new city and its culture. A year ago, a heavy storm hit the...Read more about Enjoy the Layover?
Computational and data-driven research increasingly requires developing complex codebases. At the same time, many scientists don’t receive training in software engineering practices, resulting in, for some, the perception that
Are you interested in developing transferable competencies that are attractive to employers and academic programs? The digital and data revolutions have transformed our world. In our digital humanities program, the UC Berkeley Cultural Analytics Learning Institute for Digital...Read more about Cultural Analytics Learning Institute for Digital Humanities
Proximity analysis is one of the cornerstones of spatial analysis. It refers to the ways in which we use spatial methods to ask "what is happening near here". It is at the heart of the
Black History Month, which is observed in February, was established in the 1970s to celebrate the culture and accomplishments of African Americans. Although this designation may seem artificial or unnecessarily limiting (why only one month?), it is
When future historians try to piece together social life in the twenty-first century, they won’t be combing through faded newspaper clippings or handwritten letters. They’ll be clicking through digital archives that have stored remnants of our real and virtual lives: email
Hi everyone! I'm one of the D-Lab Data Science Fellows that joined the D-Lab this year. I'm in my second semester of the MCP/MS (City Planning / Transportation Engineering) program. My academic background is actually in Physics, and I've been doing research on
I promised the D-Lab a blog post and then promptly felt unqualified to write it. (I wish that I were kidding.) Thus begins my ironic tale of imposter syndrome in data science.
Who am I?
As a new D-Lab Data Science Fellow and as a doctoral student in Rachel Morello-...Read more about Imposter Syndrome in Data Science
If you have ever used a mobile app to track your exercise, train in mindfulness, or collect diet tips, you may have noticed an overwhelming number of apps to choose from.
In 2017, app stores included around ...Read more about We Are Working On Digital Health Social Justice: Here’s Why.
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