On June 5, the Digital Humanities and Data Science Lab of the Universität Bern together with the Swiss National Data and Service Center for the Humanities (DaSCH) and the Research and Infrastructure Support (RISE) of the Universität Basel organise a nodegoat Day. There will be a hands-on nodegoat session in the morning and a set of presentations on nodegoat projects in the afternoon.

More info about registration and the programme can be found here: https://www.dh.unibe.ch/dienstleistungen/nodegoat_go/workshop_fs_2024_nodegoat_day_2024/index_ger.html

Last week we had two intensive training days at the Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen to work on the DFG-Projekt "Ziméo und Oroonoko in der transatlantischen Welt" https://uni-tuebingen.de/fakultaeten/philosophische-fakultaet/fachbereiche/neuphilologie/deutsches-seminar/abteilungen/neuere-deutsche-literatur/mitarbeitende/prof-dr-sigrid-g-koehler/forschung-projekte/dfg-projekt-zimeo-und-oroonoko/

Register for the nodegoat Workshop ‘Introduction to historical data analysis and visualisation’ organised by the department of Southeast European History and Anthropology at the University of Graz. The workshop takes place on Friday 22 March 2024 between 10:00 and 16:30. This is an in-person event and registration is required. Registration deadline is 18 March.


InfraVis training: Introduction to nodegoat

Time: March 7, 2024 at 13.00-16.00
Location: 4-0027 Engelska parken, Uppsala University

In this workshop, we will learn the basics of nodegoat, a data management, network analysis and visualisation tool that can be used in a wide range of research projects across social science and humanities domains. nodegoat allows researchers working with different kinds of data (temporal, textual, spatial), building their own data models, as well as analyzing and capturing various sort of relationships between the entities.


Archival Workshop: Against the Persuasion of the Colonial Archive, hosted by CUNY Graduate Center. Andrea Pérez González of Radboud University organises a workshop that addresses the issues surrounding the colonial archive from a critical and practical perspective. The workshop will include a demonstration of nodegoat as a tool to create and analyse modular archives. The workshop is hosted by the Ph.D. Program in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures (LAILAC) at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. The workshop takes place at the Graduate Center on Monday, March 11 between 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm.



Learning lots about the growing functionalities of @nodegoat - the relational web-based data management & network & geospatial visualization platform of @LAB1100, w/ support of @ClariahV

Full day of #nodegoat workshops at the Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities: a beginners workshop in the morning and a workshop for more advanced users in the afternoon. Great questions about data modelling, IIIF integrations, vague dates, and data publications.

📷 GhentCDH


We will be hosting a 2 part @nodegoat workshop on 16/11 @ugent to support researchers in using the relational web-based data management system & network & geospatial visualizations. Workshops will be given by @LAB1100 with the support of @ClariahV


Register now for our #nodegoat workshop next week at #UGent, organised by CLARIAH-VL and GhentCDH. We run a session for beginners in the morning and a session for more advanced users in the afternoon. See you there!

NYUAD Humanities Research Fellowships

We're excited to host Pim van Bree & Geert Kessels (@LAB1100) for an in-person workshop, From Archives to Analysis: Data Management & Analysis for Humanities w/ @Nodegoat on Nov 2. Conveners: @SuphanKrmzltn @DJWrisley @burak_sayim

RSVP: https://www.hrf-arabworld.org/events/2023/from-archives-to-analysis-data-management-and-analysis-for-humanities-with-nodegoat


The nodegoat workshop at New York University Abu Dhabi was a lot of fun with both fellows and students joining throughout the day. Many thanks to Suphan and David for hosting. Slides can be found here 👇

Arabic: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1L0LsMV2c0uLKt6HIvqP6roUMtbAuv7d4/edit
English: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1WguEOqEEJ4WM9pNi6D4ViZ_QBQYpO5Xl/edit

Register for the nodegoat Workshop ‘Data management and analysis for historical research in nodegoat’ organised by the Research School Political History in Amsterdam on 23 October 2023. Registration deadline is 9 October.

Blog post about a new #nodegoat Guide: Use any @IIIF Published Map as a Background in your Geographic Visualisations

Thanks to the Allmaps (https://allmaps.org) project, it is now possible to use any map that has been published as a #IIIF image as a background map in your geographic data visualisations in #nodegoat.


The updated #nodegoat Guide 'Use a Historical Map' describes the steps you need to take to use #IIIF images as a background map. The Guide uses an example of a historical map published by the @CDSLeiden of @ubleiden

#digitalhistory #histodons #maps #DigitalHumanities #dataviz @histodons

Register now for the virtual workshop 'An Introduction to nodegoat for Byzantinsts' by Jesse W. Torgerson (Wesleyan University) on Friday, October 13, 2023, 12:00–3:00 PM EDT.

This workshop is organised by the Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture and the Byzantine Studies Association of North America.


Registration closes Monday, October 9, 2023.

#DigitalHumanities #Byzantinum #Byzantine #History #Histodon #Histodons #nodegoat @histodons

Learned about many exciting new projects at the first #DigitalHumanities Day 'Digital Humanities: Opportunities and Challenges for Historical Research' organised by the Department for Archaeology, Conservation and History at Universitetet i Oslo.

More info: https://www.hf.uio.no/iakh/english/research/news-and-events/events/conferences/2023/digital-humanities-opportunities-and-challenges-fo.html

Slides of our presentation 'Building historical database projects with nodegoat': https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1FMnrsv0MSw3gQeh2fHnt8_QTFismtzwvCpYcG2Wn9Rw/present

#UniversityOfOslo #DHNB

Presentation 'nodegoat as a general purpose tool for prosopographical studies' at the Journée d’étude d’Heloise a Pécs – International Workshop on Digital Academic History, organised by Gergely Kiss of the University of Pécs. The workshop took place at the Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Pécsi Területi Bizottsága. More info and programme: https://heloise.hypotheses.org/901