Develop your data science skills with us and apply them to your work and research in heritage!
On 15 May 2019, right after the Digital Heritage in a World of Big Data conference, we will offer FREE training on the use of R Free and Open Source Software.
You will be introduced to R and its potential use for the analysis of heritage audiences.
Organisers: Chiara Bonacchi, Stuart Jeffrey, Melissa Terras, Marta Krzyzanska. With additional training from Mark Altaweel and Daniel Pett.
To register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Students at Scottish Universities will be able to apply for funding to have their travel expenses reimbursed.
This event is part of the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities (SGSAH) Heritage Hub programme. The Heritage Hub supports knowledge exchange by combining the expertise of academia and industry.
The event is also generously funded by the Cohort Development Funding of the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities (SGSAH).
SGSAH is a partnership between the AHRC, Scottish Funding Council, and 16 HEI members. SGSAH provides innovative training environments for doctoral researchers, collaboration with industry partners and funding for PhDs through the SGSAH AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership.