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Social Networks: Exploring and Visualising with Gephi

Do you want to learn a new skill in this Autumn Term? Network analysis offers an interesting way of exploring and visualising networks between social, economic, and political actors.

Social Networks: Exploring and Visualising with Gephi

In this workshop, we explore how to use the Gephi software to visualise and understand a 17th Century network. We will explore the network and consider what the patterns in the data suggest. You are encouraged to prepare for the session by reading the links from the Workshop Web Page, but this is not essential if you do not have time beforehand.

This workshop will be led by Dr Godwin Yeboah and Dr James Tripp who are Senior Research Software Engineers and part of the "Research Computing" team in the Research and Technology Platforms (they are also part of the Centre for Digital Inquiry).

Please read more (and register if interested or share) using the following webpage.

How to Think About Digital Subjectivity, Nov 18th, 10am-3pm

In this intimate workshop, Olga Goriunova, Tony Sampson, and Nate Tkacz, will present their recent work. Through notions of 'conceptual personae' (Sampson), 'model characters' (Goriunova) and 'primal users' (Tkacz), each will present a different way to think about digital subjectivity. The workshop is open, but places are limited.

Register here:

Tue 11 Oct 2022, 16:27 | Tags: Social Media, Digital Humanities

Computer Vision for the Humanities: An Introduction to AI Deep Learning for Image Classification

How might we better understand, explore and investigate the diverse range of images we encounter in the humanities?

A two day in-person workshop convened by the Centre for Digital Inquiry. Led by Daniel van Strien, Digital Curator, British Library.

Please read more and register here.