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James Tripp (Academic Technologist)

James Tripp (Academic Technologist)

My role as an academic technologist is to support the use of technology in teaching and research at CIM. I design and teach the lab sessions for IM902: Approaches to the Digital and IM904: Digital Objects, Digital Methods, IM920: Digital Sociology and support the IM921 Visualiation labs. I also provide R workshops teaching programming and basic statistical methods for Q-STEP. I develop software tools and maintain the CIM Linux servers.

My background is in Cognitive Science. I completed both a BSc(Hons) and PhD in Psychology at the University of Warwick. Throughout these courses I carried out statistical analysis and wrote software. The software languages I use are R, HTML, Javascript, Python and C.

Below are some useful resources I've created.

Technical resources

Installing R on Mac

Installing Mendeley on Mac

Resources for learning R

Mac software guide

CIM

IM904 Lab Notes

R Workshop

IM902 student login details

IM920 Tools page

IM920 Assessment Resources

QSTEP

R Bivariate Regression Workshop Files

R Multiple and Logistic Regression Workshop Files

R Workshop

Q-STEP Bridge [Word] [R Notebook]

Q-STEP Workshop 2 Term 2 [PDF] [R Notebook]

Q-STEP Workshop 3 Term 2 [OneDrive Folder]

QSTEP Spring camp - Open source visualisations


Some useful links on the University of Warwick web pages are below.

Download Microsoft Office installer - Enter your username as ITS Usercode @warwick.ac.uk and your ITS password is requested

ITS Software Page

Warwick Email online interface

Warwick moodle

Wiki login details

Dissertation Data Dive: Day 1

James Tripp

Contact

Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies
B0.04
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL

Email: James.Tripp@warwick.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 24 765 74210

Office hour for Summer Term:

Tuesday 2pm - 3pm

Social Media

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