nodegoat workshop during the course "Databases for young historians".
nodegoat workshops are a good opportunity to learn how you can use nodegoat for your own project. These workshops may also cover basic principles of data modelling, database design, and network analysis as well as challenges/opportunities related to the usage of 'data' in the realm of the humanities.
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20-24 February 2017, Luxembourg. Winter School – Skills in Digital Methods, organised by the University of Luxembourg. There will be a hands-on nodegoat tutorial on day two of the workshop.
4-5 April 2017, nodegoat & Digital Humanities Workshop, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, USA.
2017 Workshop on nodegoat at the School of Arts, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK.
Training session on nodegoat for the research project 'MapModern' at the
UOC (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), Barcelona, Spain. Workshop on nodegoat on day two of
Workshop: Computational skills for the humanities, organised by the Netherlands eScience Center and Institute for History, Universiteit Leiden, in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Journée de formation
« Nodegoat » Bases de données – analyse de réseaux – visualisations, organised by Université Paris Diderot - Laboratoire SPHère, PluriGenre, and Institut des Humanités de Paris. Paris, France.
2016 Workshop 'nodegoat - Create and Explore Historical Data through Diachronic Spatial Mapping' at the conference
New Approaches, Opportunities and Epistemological Implications of Mapping History Digitally organised by the German Historical Institute Washington, Washington D.C., USA. Workshop 'Introducing Nodegoat: a hands-on workshop' at the
DARIAH-EU Annual Event organised by Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium. Presentation 'Introduction into nodegoat' during the 'nodegoat community meeting’ at the doctoral workshop
'Tracing Mobilities & socio-political activism 19th-20th centuries' organised by TIC Belgium at the Mundaneum, Mons, Belgium. Workshop 'Advanced HNR with nodegoat' and presentation
'Mapping diachronic concept drift in networks through ‘Reversed Classification'' at the 10th Historical Network Research workshop 'Fakten verknüpfen, Erkenntnisse gewinnnen? Wissenschaftsgeschichte in Historischer Netzwerkanalyse', Düsseldorf, Germany. Workshop
'nodegoat Workshop: Einführung in die Nutzung einer multifunktionalen webbasierten Datenbankapplikation für Geisteswissenschaftler' at the DHd-Tagung 2016, Leipzig, Germany. Two day workshop
'Data modeling and database development for historians' for the course Databases for young historians at Huygens ING, The Hague, The Netherlands.
2015 Guest lecture on nodegoat at the University of Amsterdam for the course
Digital Methods and Historical Source Criticism of prof. dr. Charles van den Heuvel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Workshop
'Explorative data analysis and visualisation in nodegoat' at the Text Encoding Initiative Conference and Members' Meeting 2015, Lyon, France. Training session on nodegoat for
DIANE (NISE), Vienna, Austria. Workshop
'nodegoat Workshop: Conceptualise and Set Up a Historical Network Research Workflow' and presentation 'Multimodality in overdrive: a dynamic exploration of historical networks' during the Historical Network Research Conference 2015, Lisbon, Portugal. Training session on nodegoat during the
NISE Annual Gathering 2015, Swansea, UK. Workshop 'Hands-on: historical network research in nodegoat' during the
Historical Network Research Workshop organised by CREATE and the Amsterdam Academic Alliance at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Joint workshop with
SPIN - Study Platform on Interlocking Nationalisms on 'Mapping the diffusion of cultural nationalism in three dimensions (space, time, media)' at the 2015 ASEN Conference Nationalism: Diversity and Security, London, UK.
2014 Two week workshop
'Memory Landscapes and the Regime Change of 1965-66 in Semarang' and presentation for lecturers at the Universitas Katolik Soegijapranata (UNIKA), Semarang, Indonesia. Presentation and workshop on using nodegoat for historical network research at the
8th Historical Network Research workshop 'From texts to networks and back', Berlin, Germany. Guest lecture on nodegoat at the University of Amsterdam for the course
Digital Methods and Historical Source Criticism of prof. dr. Charles van den Heuvel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Teach session '
Building a Diachronic Network Visualisation with nodegoat' at the first Dutch THATCamp, The Hague, The Netherlands.
These slides cover a number of topics that are addressed during a nodegoat workshop