Intro to Humanities Data: The Path to Complex Visualizations and Statistics

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Date
2018-01-30
Main contributors
Mia Partlow; Kalani Craig
Summary
At times more complex data visualizations are necessary to communicate your argument and explore the multiple dimensions of your dataset. This hands-on session will start you down the path towards employing statistical methods to communicate your argument, and will give you a chance to bring your own data and work through options for visualizations. During the workshop we will use two sample datasets to discuss how they were prepared and structured to enable comparison with regression analysis. We'll discuss regression analysis and how you can compare two datasets in a way that ensures you're getting useful information. 
Subjects
digital humanities; statistics; network analysis
Collection
IDAH Workshop Series
Unit
Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities
Language
English
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Notes
The first ten minutes of the workshop are missing from the video. And at approximately 43:40 there is a loud beeping sound and voice on an intercom interrupting the presentation. It lasts about 5 seconds. 

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