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Kathryn Stine
Kathryn is the Digital Health Humanities Program Coordinator

Jupyter Notebook Collection Data Exploration: No More Silence Workshop | June 2, 2023

Are you interested in working with Python, a general-purpose programming language, for text and data analysis? Then this workshop is for you!

Join the UCSF Digital Health Humanities (DHH) pilot program for “Jupyter Notebook Collection Data Exploration: No More Silence”, Friday, June 2, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. This virtual day-long workshop provides a guided and hands-on opportunity for using Phyton to analyze data. Participants will also learn how to navigate a Jupyter Notebook and explore data from UCSF collections. The workshop includes coding activities that gradually increase in complexity so participants become familiar with data preparation, exploration, and analysis. Please note that the session includes an hour-long lunch break.

This UCSF DHH workshop is for learners who are new to computational textual analysis but have some basic familiarity in Python programming concepts.

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