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This is an archive of our past training offerings. We are looking to include workshops on topics not yet covered here. Is there something not currently on the list? Send us a proposal.

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October 14, 2015
Author:
Juan Shishido

Python has several visualization libraries that offer various plot types and customization options. Some are focused on general plotting, while others are built for specific purposes, such as statistical data visualization. In this workshop, we'll cover both Matplotlib and Seaborn.

October 14, 2015
Author:
Andrew Chong

An intro to the basics that instructors often assume you know, but that you probably never had good instruction on! After this course, you should be able to more easily start learning to program (e.g., in R or python), follow instructions and documentation online (e.g.

October 13, 2015
Author:
Susan Powell

In this workshop we will learn about the basic concepts involved in georeferencing and get some hands-on experience with the process in QGIS, a free, open-source GIS tool. Georeferencing involves “spatializing” scanned maps or aerial imagery so that they can be used in a GIS. We will cover the basics of topics such as projections, coordinate systems, and the theory behind georeferencing.

October 9, 2015
Author:
Zawadi Rucks-Ahidiana

Coding is done, now what? You’ve finished coding your qualitative data and now it’s time to start the “analysis” process. Where do you start? Through this interactive workshop session, qualitative researchers will learn several approaches to transition from coding to analysis. Researchers in all phases of the qualitative research process are welcome to attend.

October 9, 2015
Author:
Chris Kennedy

This is the second workshop in a 3-part Stata series offered at the D-Lab that includes: 1) Intro to Stata, 2) Data Analysis in Stata and 3) Stata Programming.

October 8, 2015
Author:
Andrew Bertoli

Day 4 (functions and packages)

October 6, 2015
Author:
Susan Powell

In this workshop we will learn about the basic concepts involved in georeferencing and get some hands-on experience with the process in ArcGIS, a common GIS software platform. Georeferencing involves “spatializing” scanned maps or aerial imagery so that they can be used in a GIS. We will cover the basics of topics such as projections, coordinate systems, and the theory behind georeferencing.

October 5, 2015 to October 19, 2015
Author:
Stephanie Moore

Drupal is a powerful, open-source content management system (CMS) that provides a flexible platform for websites and web-based research projects. This workshop will cover the basics of how Drupal works, covering essential site building topics such as fields, content types, users, menus, blocks taxonomies, and views. The material covered in the workshop can be applied to administrative (e.g.

October 2, 2015
Author:
David Drukker

Writing a Stata command for methods that you use or develop can broaden dissemination of your research. Stata’s Director of Econometrics David Drukker will lead this one-day course that shows how to write a Stata estimation command.No Stata or Mata programming experience is required, but it does help.

October 1, 2015
Author:
Dillon Niederhut

Day 3 (analyzing data)

Students will be introduced to the principles behind the grammar of graphics and the general linear model. Students will understand the implementation of plotting in R. Students will be able to explore, summarize, and analyze data using R's implementation of exploratory and inferential data analysis.

October 1, 2015
Author:
Dav Clark

Dav Clark invites you to join his Hacking Measurement seminar for a presentation by the global tech company Civil Maps on their 3D mapping technology.

September 30, 2015
Author:
Juan Shishido

"pandas is a Python package providing fast, flexible, and expressive data structures designed to make working with 'relational' or 'labeled' data both easy and intuitive." It enables "doing practical, real world data analysis in Python."

September 29, 2015
Author:
Teddy Roland

This workshop will offer a gentle introduction to the Python programming language and the popular NLTK (Natural Language Toolkit) package that includes useful tools for literary study. Together we will explore tools that Prof.

September 25, 2015
Author:
Kunal Marwaha

This workshop is a beginner's introduction to the basics of programming and data analysis with Python. You will learn the fundamentals (variables, loops, lists, functions) and practice with sample data files.

September 25, 2015
Author:
Zawadi Rucks-Ahidiana

This workshop covers how to organize and analyze qualitative data in Atlas.TI. Both researchers new to qualitative methods and experienced qualitative researchers are encouraged to attend.

September 25, 2015
Author:
Chris Kennedy

This is the first workshop in a 3-part Stata series offered at the D-Lab that includes: 1) Intro to Stata, 2) Data Analysis in Stata and 3) Stata Programming.

September 24, 2015
Author:
Shinhye Choi

Day 2 (clean and tidy data)

September 23, 2015

This two-hour workshop will introduce address geocoding - the process of determining the geographic location of a street address. The first part of this workshop will be an introduction to the process of geocoding and the various online and desktop tools available for geocoding.

September 22, 2015
Author:
Josh Pepper

Come learn how to build a map with your public health data! We’ll discus the basics of spatial data and talk about useful places to find health data. I’ll show examples of how simple (and complex) maps can improve your health-related research, advocacy and communication. Then we’ll spend the bulk of our time creating an example map together.

September 21, 2015
Author:
Patty Frontiera

This workshop will provide an overview of resources at the D-Lab and elsewhere on campus for getting started with geographic data, spatial analysis and web mapping. Bring your questions and wish list for related workshops you would like to see at the D-Lab.

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