Have you ever wondered about the geographic and material aspects of your research? Have you ever been curious to find out what your data would look like when plotted on a map? As the “spatial turn” in history, the rise of interdisciplinary “area” studies, and
Data Visualization: Excel and beyond UvA Create Digital History Workshop Wednesday April 20, 2016, 13-15h E-lab Mediastudies, room 0.16 BG 1, Turfdraagsterpad 9, Amsterdam Most humanities scholars will agree that to understand their research object means to visualize it to some extent. This session of
Tuesday 19 April, Salon: Geocoding Historical Data, with Menno Den Engelse and Harm Nijboer. For more info click here. Wednesday 20 April, CREATE Digital History Workshop on Data Visualization. For more info click here.