WhenWednesday, November 6
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
- ITTC Lab 2 at the D. H. Hill Jr. Library
Looking for alternative ways to showcase data? Analyzing information using visualizations is one of the most efficient ways to both "distant read" and convey data; one way to create these visualizations is through graphing and network software. This workshop will focus on the program Gephi, the Open Graph Viz Platform. In this session, in addition to building visually-striking graphs, you will learn methods to interpret the information with data and network analysis. By using Gephi, datasets stand out for your audience and makes research "pop," particularly in conference or poster presentations. This is a hands-on workshop, so participants may either bring their own datasets or practice using one that has been prepared in advance.
Speaker Biography: James is a third-year Ph.D. student and Graduate Assistant studying under the supervision of Dr. Timothy Stinson and focusing on Medieval Media Studies and Digital Humanities. His research analyzes the 13th-century communication network established by petitionary texts to Edward I. James is president of the CRDM Student Association (2018-present) and recipient of travel awards from the Medieval Academy of America and the NC State Graduate Student Association. He has presented his research at the University of Pennsylvania, Yale University, the University of Leeds, Duke University, North Carolina State University, and Western Michigan University.
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- James Harr III