21 Nov 2022 13.00 - 17.00 IT Training Room, Cambridge University Library


Convenor: Giulia Grisot (CDH RSE Methods Fellow and a Visiting Academic)

This Methods Workshop will deliver an introduction to R Studio and R Markdown; the workshop will run through the functionalities and advantages of using R Studio and related tools for organising and analysing data, as well as for writing and referencing.

Workshop requirements: It is recommended that participants install R and RStudio (guidance will be provided). Participants are requested to complete this simple information questionnaire before the event.

Target audience: CDH Methods Workshops are open to staff and graduate students who want to learn and apply digital methods and use digital tools in their research.

About the convenor: Giulia has a mixed background in Literary Linguistics, Psycholinguistics and Digital Humanities and has gained experience in both qualitative and quantitative approaches to texts and language in general, becoming familiar with several coding languages (R, python) essential for statistical as well as corpus investigations.

Giulia is currently working with large corpora of Swiss German fictional texts, looking at sentiments in relation to represented spatial locations, using both lexicon-based methods and machine learning.

Cambridge Digital Humanities

Tel: +44 1223 766886
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