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Digital Humanities Walk-in Hours – Python, R, Digital Humanities software and Research Data Management

Do you have questions about creating datasets, sharing them or data security? Struggling with your Python script? Looking for a suitable digital tool to use for your research project? Do you have questions on how to analyse your data with R?

You are welcome to visit the Digital Humanities Walk-in Hours for face-to-face advice about all kinds of questions related to research data and/or digital humanities software, Python and R. A scientific developer from the Digital Humanities Lab, a member from Research Data Management (RDM) Support and a DH specialist of the University Library will be present to answer your questions.

When?

Every Wednesday from 14:00 to 15:00 hrs, starting September 7 until December 14, 2022.

Where?

The Living Lab Digital Humanities, located in the University Library City Centre, Drift 27, Room 0.32.

For whom?

The walk-in hours are open for all staff members and students within the Faculty of Humanities. You are welcome with all your questions, from beginner to advanced level.

Not in Utrecht? Join digitally

Are you unable to be physically present in Utrecht on Wednesdays? It is also possible to visit the Walk-in Hours digitally. Each live Walk-in Hour consultation is accompanied by a Teams meeting session, which you are welcome to join. Through this link you will automatically join the next Teams meeting of the Walk-in Hours.

Is this day or time inconvenient for you? It is also possible to schedule a separate appointment with one of our digital humanities advisors through cdh@uu.nl.

Would you like a tour of the Living Lab Digital Humanities and hear about the possibilities this space has to offer? Contact the Digital Humanities Support Team through library@uu.nl.

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