ONLINE ONLY - dSHARP & dataCoLAB Virtual Office Hours
Until further notice, the dataCoLab and dSHARP will be holding office hours online only! Register for the event and we will add you to our group Slack team for live online consultations.
dSHARP office hours are an informal event where all students, faculty, and staff across Pittsburgh can drop by and have consultations with library experts in all things digital- and data-related. This can mean anything from just learning how to get working on the command line on your computer; getting an introduction to the wide array of data visualization, GIS, text analysis, and data mining research methods available; or having a brief consultation about a specific research or pedagogical project. See more about the dSHARP group here: http://dsharp.library.cmu.edu/about/ Our core team are often joined by library professionals with data curation, digitization, metadata, and scholarly communications expertise including using CMU's institutional repository, KiltHub.
The Data Collaborations Lab (dataCoLAB) connects the research community across disciplinary borders, and facilitates collaborations between data producers and data scientists. Perhaps you have an existing dataset and want help analyzing, organizing, or visualizing it. Or maybe you have data science skills and want to gain experience consulting on interesting real-world data problems. Email dataCoLAB@andrew.cmu.edu to join our virtual consulting hours and learn more.
- Wednesday, April 1, 2020 Show more dates
- 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Matthew is a research software engineer at Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, where he collaborates with scholars to plan and implement computational approaches to humanities research.