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Workshop series on statistics, data management, and visualization processes, including GIS and DH tools.

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Spring 2019 Training and Workshop Schedule

The Data Analysis and Visualization (DAVis) workshop series provides students, faculty, and staff with opportunities to learn about digital tools and techniques for working with various types of data.


  • Love Data Week
    Learn how to find open data, perform common data analysis steps, and visualize your findings. 4-day workshop.
    Registration is filled. Feb 11-14th. Data CAVE - lab in the basement of the Central Library.
    • Monday - Introduction to Open Data and Open Data Sources

    • Tuesday - Cleaning and Transforming Open Data

    • Wednesday - Analyzing Open Data

    • Thursday - Visualizing Open Data


    Learn programming languages used for data science (e.g., Python, Git). This workshop is for those with zero prior experience, but please attend if you would like to reinforce your knowledge in these areas.
    Central Library, 6th floor. Feb 23 & 24, 8am - 5pm.
    Registration Required. (Click "Events".) 
    You must bring a laptop with all the software downloaded beforehand. 


  • Open Data Day Hackathon
    Use open data to develop novel solutions for the provision or evaluation of health information.
    Central Library, 6th floor. Mar 2, 10am - 10pm.
    Registration Required


  • Introduction to ArcGIS Desktop1:30 in the Data CAVE (basement of the Central Library)
    Registration Encouraged/ Walk-Ins Are Welcome. The workshop is repeated on the following dates:
    • February 21st
    • March 14th
    • April 18th


For more workshops, events, activities, and services offered by the Division of Scholarly Communication, visit

Peace Ossom Williamson
Director, Research Data Services
Division of Scholarly Communication

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