Intro to Humanities Data: Simple Visualizations for Complex Arguments

January 23rd 2018 @ 1:00pm to @ 2:00pm
Hazelbaker Hall (E159)
Herman B Wells Library
1320 E. 10th St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Simple visualizations for complex arguments

There are many tools and platforms for creating data visualizations, but in order to ensure they communicate in an effective way, your visualizations must be grounded in the appropriate quantitative methods. In this workshop, we will present some problematic humanities datasets and case studies, and use them to walk through the structure and assumptions your data will need to meet in order to create effective data visualizations. Introductory quantitative methods and vocabularies will be presented.

This session will be livestreamed and recorded. 

Remote Access to this workshop: This presentation will be broadcast live via Zoom. View and listen at 

(Instructions: At IU, what is Zoom, and how do I know how to use it? [UITS KB]; or, How do I join a Zoom meeting? [vendor documentation])

Presented in partnership with the Institute for Digital Arts & Humanities (IDAH).

Presented by Stacey Giroux and Mia Partlow

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Herman B Wells Library
1320 E 10th St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Courtney McDonald
Courtney McDonald - Interim Head
(812) 855-4217

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