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Events

  • Mar 3

    Introduction to Illustrator (Part 4)

    This workshops is the third in a series of four workshops on using Illustrator.   Illustrator is a vector graphics editor and design program.

    In this workshop attendees will review additional tools such as how to use additional shapes, the pen tool, layers, and how to activate different typefaces in Adobe Cloud.

    Please register to attend.   This workshop is supported through the University Library and the Digital Humanities Initiative

  • Mar 5

    Introduction to Python

    This is a beginners workshop for Python programming for data analysis. It will  cover the basics of Python programming language and will give attendees a foundation for building various data science projects in Python.

    Please register to attend.   This workshop is supported through the University Library and the Digital Humanities Initiative.

  • Mar 11

    Introduction to R - Part1

    This introductory workshop covers the basics of R & Rstudio. It provides an overview of different data types (Character, Numeric, Factors) in R along with two important data structures. You will also learn how to manipulate data using the data structures.

    Please register to attend.   This workshop is supported through the University Library and the Digital Humanities Initiative.

  • Mar 12

    Introduction to R - Part2

    This workshop is a continuation of Introduction to R - Part 1.   This workshop covers how to analyze the different types of data along with probability.

    Please register to attend.   This workshop is supported through the University Library and the Digital Humanities Initiative.

  • Mar 19

    Introduction to Tableau

    This introductory workshop to Tableau covers the basics of data visualization, data types in tableau, and creating basic charts.

    Please register to attend.   This workshop is supported through the University Library and the Digital Humanities Initiative.