What is Parallels? “A fast, easy, and powerful application for running Windows on your Intel or Apple M Series Mac—all without rebooting.” (from Parallels.com) Why would a Mac User Need to Install a Windows Application? There are a handful of
Interested in the Data Sciences and the Digital Humanities? Here are our in-person workshops scheduled for Fall 2022. From text data mining to Python scripting to geospatial analysis and 3D printing, hopefully there is something for everyone!
Click here to Register Come celebrate the incredible 150+ Baylor researchers who completed the requirements of the Library’s Data Scholar Program in the last two years. These researchers completed Library-created on-demand modules in data visualization, text data mining, Python scripting,
Documentary Title: Nine Faculty Engaging in Digital Humanities: A 2020 Summer Documentary Video #1: https://youtu.be/swzm3oYVfPA Title: Introduction to the Fundamentals of Data Research (FDR) Fellowship Duration: 6:03 Summary: Josh describes the history and evolution of the Baylor University Libraries’ Fundamentals
As Baylor University is teaching all classes online through April 3 (here for more info), Data & Digital Scholarship (DDS) services are likewise moving online via Webex. Here is how DDS will be operating while Baylor University is teaching
Dr. Kalani Craig, co-director of IDAH (Institute for Digital Arts & Humanities at Indiana University, Bloomington), visited Baylor this week. Kalani shared with us her boundless energy, experience, enthusiasm, and expertise in digital arts and humanities. In a two-day whirlwind
I was invited to provide a presentation for the Libraries/ITS Advisory Committee (LITSAC) meeting in January, 2020. The Request: Would you provide an in-depth overview of all of the areas you are spearheading for our next LITSAC meeting in January?
Last Friday we held a hands-on workshop introducing text data mining tools and methodologies using the Armstrong Browning Library’s Victorian Collection (Workshop Materials) We walked participants through a series of exercises where everyone examined metadata, prepared/cleaned the corpus for analysis,
On September 16 at 2pm, drop on by the Active Learning Classroom in Moody Library, room 104, for a showcase of digital poster presentations on data research and digital humanities. There will be presentations focusing on text data mining, data