Big month at Baylor for DH this February! These events will be hybrid, so join us either in-person or via Zoom!
This Spring semester (2023), the Baylor University Libraries are offering a Social Science Data Workshop Series. These workshops will be hybrid, so join us either in-person or via Zoom!
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!
Materials to accompany the ER&L 2021 workshop ‘Learn to Text Data Mine Using Jupyter Notebooks on Google Colab’ Presenter: Joshua Been, Baylor University Libraries Materials: View Workshop Materials on GitHub About: This asynchronous and self-paced workshop is organized into 4
Date/Time: January 12, 11am Title: Hands-On Tableau Desktop: Mapping the 2016 Presidential Election Description: Participants of this introductory webinar will gain hands-on experience generating interactive maps and map-centric dashboards using Tableau Desktop. The content we will focus on during this
(1) Take Workshops, (2) Pass Quizzes, (3) Become a Data Scholar What is the Data Scholar Program? The Baylor University Library’s Data Scholar Program is a collection of self-paced data & digital scholarship video modules designed specifically to meet the
Two New Data Scholar Modules: Qualitative Coding with Excel & Tableau Parameters & Calculated Fields
Two new video modules added to the Data Scholar Program. Video Module: Coding Qualitative Text Content Using Excel Category: Text Data Mining Participants will gain experience with the following: Explore qualitative text content using Voyant-Tools Manual coding of content in
Resources Used to Build a Digital Art Collection Search: ARTH 4366 01 (Dr. Heidi Hornik) Instruction Feedback: tinyurl.com/libevaluate Examples Prototype for this Class – (Authenticated Version) Baylor Biblical Art Tosini Image Collection (authentication required) Metadata File for Prototype Spreadsheet 4
Resources Used for PhD Sermons Class TDM Tool: Voyant-Tools From Wikipedia, “Voyant Tools is an open-source, web-based application for performing text analysis. It supports scholarly reading and interpretation of texts or corpus, particularly by scholars in the digital humanities, but
Applications for 5 graduate student (any discipline) and 10 humanities faculty Data Research Fellowships for Summer 2020.