The Data Labs, TTS Research Technology, Digital Design Studio (DDS)Tisch LibraryGinn Library and Hirsh Health Sciences Library provide a variety of short workshops for Geospatial Technologies, Statistics, Data Analysis and Management, Data Visualization, Design, and Digital Humanities. Please contact the Data Lab Support email list at DataLab-support@elist.tufts.edu if you would like to schedule a specialty workshop.


Medford Campus Workshops


Medford Campus Workshops

1.  XSEDE Workshop: Big Data on High Performance Compute (HPC) Clusters using Python and Spark

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Wednesday, September 5 AND September 6, 2018 from  11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex (CLIC) Room 114, 574 Boston Ave, Medford

SEDE along with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is pleased to announce a two day Big Data workshop that will focus on topics such as Hadoop and Spark and will be presented using the Wide Area Classroom (WAC) training platform. For more information and to view the detailed agenda, visit: https://www.xsede.org/web/xup/course-calendar/-/training-user/class/682/session/1782

2.  You Probably Won’t Break It: A Gentle Overview of Data and Programming

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Date: Wednesday, September 12, 2018 from 10:30am – 11:30am
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Kristin Lee,  Research Data Librarian, Tisch Library  and Allison Gofman, Social Sciences Data Librarian, Tisch Library

Interested in getting started with data analysis, coding, or just want to get more comfortable with your computer? Join us for a gentle introduction to the tools available for different tasks you might be learning about. This session will have no prerequisites or expected knowledge – show up as you are and feel comfortable asking whatever questions you have.

3.  Intro to GIS using ArcMap

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Date: Friday, September 14, 2018 from 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Carolyn Talmadge, Senior GIS Specialist, TTS

Interested in learning the basics of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), but couldn’t get into the class? Come join us for a quick workshop and learn the basics of adding and symbologizing data, querying attribute tables, and creating a final map product for publication in ESRI ArcMap.

4.  A Gentle Introduction to R

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Date: Monday, September 17, 2018 from 10 am – 11 am
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Kyle Monahan, Statistics & Research Technology Specialist, TTS

This workshop is designed to get you started with the statistical programming language R. We provide an overview of the R language along with the RStudio interface. During the session, we use datasets built into RStudio to introduce importing data, performing descriptive statistics and making simple visualizations to get you familiar with working in R. This workshop is suitable for those who have not worked with R/RStudio before. No previous statistical experience is required for this session.

5.  Introduction to Basic Linux (reoccurs every 2 weeks)

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Reoccurs on Wednesdays every other week.
Dates: Wed., September 19; October 3; October 17; October 31; November 14; November 28
Time: 2:00 -3:30 p.m.
Location: 574 Boston Avenue – 574 Boston Avenue, Room 114

 6.  Organizing your Digital Stuff

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Date: Friday, September 21, 2018 from 1 pm – 2 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Kristin Lee, Research Data Librarian, Tisch Library & Lenny Paritsky, Senior Research Technology Specialist, Research Technology, TTS

We all have a growing collection of digital files – documents and notes, data files, charts and graphs, pictures… the list is endless! In this workshop we will talk about strategies and tools that you can use to keep track of all of your work so that your files are easy to find and safe.

7.  Embrace the do file: Stata Basics

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Date: Monday, September 24, 2018 from 3 pm – 4 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Kyle Monahan, Statistics & Research Technology Specialist, TTS

This workshop is designed to get you familiar with the Stata. We provide an overview of Stata interface and basic functions. During the session, we introduce some descriptive statistics commands and recoding commands to help you gain familiarity with Stata syntax. This workshop is suitable for those who have not worked with Stata before or those seeking a refresher session.

8.  Intro to Web-Mapping Using ArcGIS Online

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Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018 from 11 am – 12 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Carolyn Talmadge, Senior GIS Specialist, TTS

In today’s day in age, static paper maps can only get you so far. Online web-maps allow viewers to engage with spatial data in an interactive manner, allowing for more in depth analysis and storytelling.  In this introductory workshop, we will learn how to use ArcGIS Online to add layers to the map, configure pop-ups to make your map features informative, and present your map with a finished look and a nice user experience for mobile applications or embedding into websites.

9.  Introduction to Tufts High Performance Computing Cluster (reoccurs every 2 weeks)

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Reoccurs on Wednesdays every other week.
Dates: Wed, October 10; October 24; November 7; December 5
Time: 2:00 -3:30 p.m.
Location: 574 Boston Avenue – 574 Boston Avenue, Room 114Wed., Sep 26 from 2:00 -3:30 p.m.

10.  Visualizing Text: Getting Started with Text Analysis

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Date: Monday, October 1, 2018 from 10:30 am – 11:30 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Annie Swafford, Digital Humanities Specialist, TTS

You’ve heard of close reading, but how about distant reading? Want to learn how to visualize thematic patterns across Shakespeare’s plays? Presidential speeches? Newspaper articles? Thousands or millions of texts? This workshop will provide an introduction to some simple, free web-based tools for text analysis and visualizations that you can bring into your research and classes. No programming experience required.

11.  High Performance Compute (HPC) Multicore/Multinode MPI Programming in C and Fortran

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Date: Tues. October 2, 2018 AND Wednesday, October 3, 2018 from 11 – 5 PM
Location: Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex (CLIC) Room 114, 574 Boston Ave, Medford

Description Pending

12.  Census Mapping with Policy Map & Social Explorer

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Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018 from 10 am – 11 am
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Allison Gofman, Social Sciences Data Librarian, Tisch Library

Find and analyze census data through interactive, web-based mapping tools. No GIS knowledge required – these tools allow anyone to begin finding, exploring, and mapping data in minutes. This session will introduce basic and advanced functionality of Policy Map and Social Explorer to explore census data in combination with other data sources.

13.  An Introduction to GIS in QGIS

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Date: Friday, October 5, 2018 from 2 pm – 3 am
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Carolyn Talmadge, Senior GIS Specialist, TTS

Wouldn’t it be great if ArcMap was less expensive, open source, and more versatile? Never fear, QGIS is here! QGIS is a free, open-source software that allows you to create, edit, visualize, analyze and publish geospatial information on Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms. This workshop will cover introductory GIS concepts using QGIS. In this intro workshop, you’ll learn how to stylize layers, make selections, set your projection, and create a final map composition in QGIS.

14.  Working with Messy Data in OpenRefine

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Date: Tuesday, October 9, 2018 from 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Kristin Lee, Research Data Management Librarian, Tisch Library

So you found a dataset, but it doesn’t quite work for you; now what? Never fear! We have lots of tips and tricks that you can use to clean up a messy data set, adjust the data to line up with what you already have, or just reduce the size of the dataset to only include what you need. We will look at how you can use Excel and OpenRefine to evaluate and work with your data.

15.  Web scraping with Python: Crawling Craigslist

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Date: Friday, October 12, 2018 from 1 pm – 2 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Kyle Monahan, Statistics & Research Technology Specialist, TTS

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16.  Field Data Collection using GPS Handheld Units

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Date: Monday, October 15, 2018 from 12 pm – 1:15 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Carolyn Talmadge, Senior GIS Specialist, TTS

GPS is changing the way users collect and manage geographic data. From handheld units to smart phones, GPS units make it extremely convenient to record locations in the field while simultaneously collecting survey information (e.g. water quality data, questionnaire responses, etc).  In this workshop, students will learn how to prepare a field data collection sheet, use Garmin GPS units to collect data, download the data and join survey responses, and import the results into Google Earth and Google Maps.  No GIS experience required.

17.  Mind-Mapping: Visualize your Thoughts

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Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 from 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Annie Swafford, Digital Humanities Specialist, TTS

Stuck outlining a paper? Want to brainstorm an art project? This workshop will provide an introduction to free, web-based tools to visually plan and explore an idea. No programming experience required.

18.  An Intro to Python for Data Analysis

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Date: Friday, October 19, 2018 from 1 pm – 2pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Lenny Paritsky, Sr Research Technology Specialist, TTS

This workshop is designed to get you started with Python. We provide an overview of the Python language using the Jupyter notebook web application. We will go through loading data, importing other functionality through packages, and visualizing data in Python. This workshop is suitable for those who have not worked with Python before. No previous experience is required for this session.

19.  ArcGIS Pro: The New and Improved ArcMap

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Date: Friday, October 22, 2018 from 1 pm – 2pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Carolyn Talmadge, Senior GIS Specialist, TTS

Just when you finally get ArcMap down, they develop a new platform for ArcGIS! A new ribbon based and map centric product, ArcGIS Pro has all the tools you’ve come to know and love, plus it’s easier to use than ArcMap (once you get used to it). Come learn the future ESRI… you might like it more than you think!

20.  Copyright for Digital Projects

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Date: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 from 11 am – 12 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Andrea Schuler, Digital Collections Librarian, Tisch Library

Are you planning to incorporate images, text, data, or other material created by someone else into a project, and wondering what’s allowed? Are you interested in learning more about your rights to your own work? This workshop will provide an introduction to copyright, Fair Use, and licenses in order to facilitate creating and sharing your project.

21.  An Intro to LabArchives Digital Notebook

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Date: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 from 11 am – 12 pm
Location: SEC – Anderson Wing, Room 318
Taught by Tom Phimmasen, Sr. Data Consultant, Tufts Technology Services

Designed to replace paper notebooks, a LabArchives Digital Notebook can be used to document ideas, notes, research, experiments, and procedures. They are designed for intuitive use, ease of search, copying and versioning. They support collaboration with many users and includes access controls. In this workshop you will be provided an overview of the LabArchives Digital Notebook. We will go over the feature tools and show you the benefits of moving from a paper to a Digital Notebook.

This is a hands on introductory workshop will limited seats. Laptops with be provide during the training session but feel free to bring your own. And your Tufts account is required to log into the LabArchives Digital Notebook solution.

22.  Beyond Google Docs: Collaborative LaTex Writing in Overleaf

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Date: Friday, October 26, 2018 from 1 pm – 2 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Allison Gofman, Social Sciences Data Librarian, Tisch Library

Interested in exploring an online tool for simple, collaborative scientific and technical writing? Learn how to use Overleaf to make the process of writing, collaborating, and publishing scientific documents in LaTeX quicker and easier. Overleaf is a browser-based editor that allows direct code editing and a Rich Text formatter that does the work for you. Collaborate with colleagues, find templates for major journals, and format bibliographies.

23.  Research Data Management

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Date: Monday, October 29, 2018 from 2 pm – 3 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Kristin Lee, Research Data Librarian& Lenny Paritsky, Sr. Research Technology Specialist

Data is an essential part of your research, but keeping track of it can be tricky and data management plans are an increasingly important component of project planning. In this workshop we will talk about the tools and strategies that you can use to manage your data from collection all the way through to when you want to put it somewhere to be preserved.

24.  Natural Language Processing with NLTK in Python

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Date: Friday, November 2, 2018 from 2 pm – 3 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Annie Swafford, Digital Humanities Specialist and Kyle Monahan, Statistics and Research Technology Specialist, TTS

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25.  Story Maps: Not your Average Presentation

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Date: Monday, November 5, 2018 from 10am – 11 am
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Carolyn Talmadge, Senior GIS Specialist, TTS

Sick of using only PowerPoint to make presentations? Esri Story Maps are web applications that let authors combine beautiful, interactive maps with narrative text, striking images, and multimedia including video. Impress your professors, bosses or friends with these attractive and easy to use applications while bringing your story to life. Story maps can be embedded in web pages and truly up your presentation game!

26.  Training in OpenACC/GPU Programming: From the Desktop to the High Performance Compute (HPC) Cluster

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Date: Tuesday, November 6, 2018  from  11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex (CLIC) Room 114, 574 Boston Ave, Medford

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27.  Zotero: Automatically Format Your Bibliographies and Footnotes

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Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 4:30 pm – 5:30pm
Location: Tisch Library, Room 223
Taught by Elliot Brandow, Social Sciences Team Lead, Tisch Library

28.  Data Visualization & Tableau

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Date: Friday, November 9, 2018 from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Kyle Monahan, Statistics & Research Technology Specialist, TTS and Allison Gofman, Social Sciences Data Librarian, Tisch Library

Charts, graphs, maps, and infographics are a great way to communicate research, but not all visualizations are created equal. In this workshop we will talk about the ways that you can create truthful and effective visualizations and look at a series of examples to see how visualizations can go terribly wrong. We will also start to work with Tableau to make attractive visualizations.

29.  Poster Design Tips & Tricks for Microsoft Publisher

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Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 10 am – 11 am
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Carolyn Talmadge, Senior GIS Specialist, TTS

Want to learn how to make really attractive posters, but don’t have the time to learn InDesign. Do you know how to use PowerPoint and Word already? Then publisher is the perfect platform for you! This workshop will discuss design concepts and go over tips and tricks for using Microsoft Publisher. You’ll be making stunning posters in no time!

30.  Unlocking Qualitative Data with Nvivo

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Date: Friday, November 16, 2018 from 1 pm – 2 pm
Location: Data Lab, Tisch Library Room 203
Taught by Kyle Monahan, Statistics & Research Technology Specialist, TTS and Alli Gofman, Social Sciences Data Librarian, Tisch Library

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31.  XSEDE Workshop: Big Data on High Performance Compute (HPC) Clusters using Python and Spark

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Date: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 AND Wednesday, December 5, 2018 from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex (CLIC) Room 114, 574 Boston Ave, Medford

SEDE along with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is pleased to announce a two day Big Data workshop that will focus on topics such as Hadoop and Spark and will be presented using the Wide Area Classroom (WAC) training platform. For more information and to view the detailed agenda, visit: https://www.xsede.org/web/xup/course-calendar/-/training-user/class/682/session/1782


Boston Campus Workshops


Boston Campus Workshops:

1.  EndNote: The Basics (HHSL)

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Tuesday, September 4th, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
9 AM – 10 AM
Taught by Amy LaVertu, Research & Instruction Librarian, Hirsh Health Sciences Library

This one-hour session will introduce you to the basics of using the citation management program EndNote.   EndNote allows you to create a library of references, attach and read PDFs, and generate in-text citations and bibliographies in Word documents.  This session is for beginners – no previous experience required!

2.  Approaching the Lit Review (HHSL)

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Tuesday, September 11, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
9 AM – 10 AM
Taught by Amy LaVertu, Research & Instruction Librarian, Hirsh Health Sciences Library

In this workshop, you will learn how to approach the literature review.  Topics covered include: database selection, constructing effective searches, limiting articles to relevant studies, and tools for keeping track of results.

3.  PubMed: The Basics

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Tuesday, September 18, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
9 AM – 10 AM
Taught by Christina Heinrich, Research & Instruction Librarian, Hirsh Health Sciences Library

This workshop will introduce you to PubMed.  We will review the content of this database, planning and executing a search strategy, narrowing search results, finding full-text, and exporting results to a citation management program.

4.  Embrace the do file: STATA Basics (Data Lab)

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Friday, September 21, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
10 AM – 11 AM (Office hours: 11 AM – 12 PM)
Taught by Kyle Monahan, Statistics & Research Technology Specialist, TTS

This workshop is designed to get you familiar with the Stata. We provide an overview of Stata interface and basic functions. During the session, we introduce some descriptive statistics commands and recoding commands to help you gain familiarity with Stata syntax. This workshop is suitable for those who have not worked with Stata before or those seeking a refresher session.

5.  Intro to R (HHSL)

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Tuesday, September 25th in Sackler 514 (Big Lab)
9 AM – 10 AM (Office hours: 10 AM – 11AM)
Taught by Berika Williams, Emerging Technologies and Web Librarian, Hirsh Health Sciences Library

R is an open source programming language used to manipulate, analyze, and visualize data. Researchers and health professionals can use it to convey complex information in a manner that is easy to understand.  The flexibility of R allows large amounts of data to be processed and represented in ways that spreadsheet programs cannot.  This introductory, hands-on workshop provides a brief overview of how R works and what it is capable of. No prior experience with R or programming languages is required.

6.  An Introduction to Python for Data Analysis (Data Lab)

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Wednesday, September 26th in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
10 AM – 11 AM (Office hours: 11 AM – 12 PM)
Taught by Lenny Paritsky, Sr Research Technology Specialist, TTS

This workshop is designed to get you started with Python. We provide an overview of the Python language using the Jupyter notebook web application. We will go through loading data, importing other functionality through packages, and visualizing data in Python. This workshop is suitable for those who have not worked with Python before. No previous experience is required for this session.

7.  Building Interactive Visualizations with Tableau (Data Lab)

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Monday, October 1, 2018  in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
1 PM – 2 PM (Office hours: 2 PM – 3 PM)
Taught by Kyle Monahan, Statistics & Research Technology Specialist, TTS

Charts, graphs, maps, and infographics are a great way to communicate research, but not all visualizations are created equal. In this workshop we will talk about the ways that you can create truthful and effective visualizations and look at a series of examples to see how visualizations can go terribly wrong. We will also start to work with Tableau to make attractive and interactive visualizations.

8.  Visualizing Data in R (HHSL)

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Tuesday, October 2, 2018 in Sackler 514 (Big Lab)
9 AM – 10 AM (Office hours: 10 AM – 11AM)
Taught by Berika Williams, Emerging Technologies and Web Librarian, Hirsh Health Sciences Library

R is an open source programming language used to manipulate, analyze, and visualize data. In this hands-on workshop, users will be introduced to R packages used for data visualization. This session includes data visualization exercises utilizing a sample data set.  Prior experience with R or completion of the Hirsh Library’s “Introduction to “R” open workshop is recommended but not required.

9.  EndNote: The Basics (HHSL)

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Tuesday, October 9, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
9 AM – 10 AM
Taught by Amy LaVertu, Research & Instruction Librarian, Hirsh Health Sciences Library

This one-hour session will introduce you to the basics of using the citation management program EndNote.   EndNote allows you to create a library of references, attach and read PDFs, and generate in-text citations and bibliographies in Word documents.  This session is for beginners – no previous experience required!

10.  Intro to GIS using ArcMap (Data Lab)

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Thursday, October 11, 2018 in Sackler 514 (Big Lab)
12 PM – 1:30 PM (Office Hours: 1:30 – 2:30 PM)
Taught by Carolyn Talmadge, Senior GIS Specialist & Data Lab Manager, TTS

Interested in learning the basics of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), but couldn’t get into the class? Come join us for a quick workshop and learn the basics of adding and stylizing data, querying attribute tables, and creating a final map product for publication.

11.  Approaching the Lit Review (HHSL)

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
9 AM – 10 AM
Taught by Amy LaVertu, Research & Instruction Librarian, Hirsh Health Sciences Library

In this workshop, you will learn how to approach the literature review.  Topics covered include: database selection, constructing effective searches, limiting articles to relevant studies, and tools for keeping track of results.

12.  Statistics in R: Intermediate Level (Data Lab)

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Wednesday, October 17, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
10 AM – 11 AM (Office hours: 11 AM – 12 PM)
Taught by Kyle Monahan, Statistics & Research Technology Specialist, TTS

This workshop is designed for students who have taken a statistics course and have been introduced to R in the past. It is designed to work through writing and running more advanced code in R to complete intermediate statistical analyses such as linear regression models. This is not an introduction workshop to statistics or R.

13.  PubMed: The Basics

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Tuesday, October 23, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
9 AM – 10 AM
Taught by Judy Rabinowtiz, Interlibrary Loan and Scholarly Communications Librarian, Hirsh Health Sciences Library

This workshop will introduce you to PubMed.  We will review the content of this database, planning and executing a search strategy, narrowing search results, finding full-text, and exporting results to a citation management program.

14.  Story Maps: Not your Average Presentation (Data Lab)

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Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
11 AM – 12 PM (Office Hours: 12 PM – 1 PM)
Taught by Carolyn Talmadge, Senior GIS Specialist & Data Lab Manager, TTS

Sick of using only PowerPoint to make presentations? Esri Story Maps are web applications that let authors combine beautiful, interactive maps with narrative text, striking images, and multimedia content including video and sound files. Impress your professors, bosses or friends with these attractive and easy to use applications while bringing your story to life. Story maps can be embedded in web pages and truly up your presentation game!

15.  An Intro to LabArchives Digital Notebook Workshop

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Wednesday, October 31, 2018 in Sackler 510 (Little Lab)
11 AM – 12 PM
Taught by Tom Phimmasen, Sr. Data Consultant, Tufts Technology Services

Designed to replace paper notebooks, a LabArchives Digital Notebook can be used to document ideas, notes, research, experiments, and procedures. They are designed for intuitive use, ease of search, copying and versioning. They support collaboration with many users and includes access controls. In this workshop you will be provided an overview of the LabArchives Digital Notebook. We will go over the feature tools and show you the benefits of moving from a paper to a Digital Notebook.

This is a hands on introductory workshop will limited seats. Laptops with be provide during the training session but feel free to bring your own. And your Tufts account is required to log into the LabArchives Digital Notebook solution.

 


Grafton Campus Workshops

Grafton Campus Workshops

1. An Intro to LabArchives Digital Notebook Workshop

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Date: Wednesday, Sept 26th from 2PM to 3PM
Location: Webster Family Library Rm 106
Taught by Tom Phimmasen, Sr. Data Consultant, Tufts Technology Services

Designed to replace paper notebooks, a LabArchives Digital Notebook can be used to document ideas, notes, research, experiments, and procedures. They are designed for intuitive use, ease of search, copying and versioning. They support collaboration with many users and includes access controls. In this workshop you will be provided an overview of the LabArchives Digital Notebook. We will go over the feature tools and show you the benefits of moving from a paper to a Digital Notebook.

This is a hands on introductory workshop will limited seats. Laptops with be provide during the training session but feel free to bring your own. And your Tufts account is required to log into the LabArchives Digital Notebook solution.

2. Research Data Management Workshop

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Date: Wednesday, Oct 10th, from 2pm – 3pm
Location: Webster Family Library Rm 106
Taught by Tom Phimmasen, Sr. Data Consultant, Tufts Technology Services

Data is an essential part of your research, but keeping track of it can be tricky and data management plans are an increasingly important component of project planning. In this workshop we will talk about the tools and strategies that you can use to manage your data from collection all the way through to when you want to put it somewhere to be preserved.


Other Speciality Workshops Include:

  • Introduction to GIS
  • Introduction to GIS for Health Researchers
  • Introduction to Socio-Economic GIS
  • Introduction to GIS Applications to Human and Animal Health, Vet. School
  • Introduction to GIS for Humanitarian Assistance
  • Introduction to GPS
  • Introduction to Google Earth
  • GIS for Water Resources
  • Historical Applications of GIS
  • Building Digital Archives with Omeka
  • Finding and Re-Using Data
  • Spatial Analysis using QGIS: Intermediate Level
  • Nulls Aren’t Negative: Reproducibility and the Open Science Framework
  • Georeferencing Historical Maps
  • Web Scraping & NLTK
  • Video Editing with iMovie
  • Basic Image Editing In Photoshop
  • InDesign – Making posters the better way