Digital Humanities Forum
A forum on the past, present, and future of digital humanities research at the University of Chicago and around the world.
Our Next Forum
May 4, 3:30-5pm: Center for East Asian Studies Conference Room 319, 1155 E 60th St.
Cameron Campbell, Fellow, Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Science, Stanford University; Chair Professor, Division of Social Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Public Data for Research on Family, Population, and Social Mobility in Historical China from the Lee-Campbell Group
If you need any assistance to participate in the Forum, please contact Carmen Caswell (email@example.com)
Join the Stigler Center for a conversation with Ling Chen (Johns Hopkins University) and Matt Sheehan (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), moderated by Lingling Wei (The Wall Street Journal).
Plotting data in Python can be a beautiful, interactive experience! Modern plots include hover points, or info boxes that provide the user with a deeper understanding of the plots and the data behind them. We can also use Python to animate our results to show trends over time. This workshop will focus on libraries such as Bokeh to build colorful, dramatic graphical displays of your data.
Join faculty, students, and University staff in discussing the tools and support resources for scholars working at the nexus of the humanities, the social sciences, and technology, as well as presentations from current projects.