Historical Network Analysis: Workshop and Salon
On Thursday 28 November, the Create Salon (15.-00-17.00) will be dedicated to network analysis in humanities research, such as historical network analysis. One of the confirmed speakers is Ingeborg van Vugt (Utrecht University).
Earlier that day (12.00-15.00), Giovanni Colavizza, who recently started as assistant professor of digital humanities at UvA, will host a Digital History Workshop on historical network analysis in the form of a lab session, where participants can bring their own data and their own specific questions. In preparing such a lab session, we would like to learn more about the demand among potential participants, therefore this very brief questionnaire.
Would you be interested in attending?
I would like to attend both workshop and Salon
I would like to attend the workshop
I would like to attend the Salon
I will not attend either
Are you currently using network analysis in your research?
If yes: please provide a brief description of the research and how network analysis is applied
Would you bring your own research materials to the morning session?
If yes: please give a brief explanation of the support you would hope to get during the workshop (e.g., data cleaning, analysing data, interpreting, visualising, ...)
How proficient would you consider your self with network analysis?
Which tools do you use to work with networks (e.g., python, gephi, ...).
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