This two week workshop provides a hands-on introduction to a range of useful tools, methods, and concepts for managing, organizing, cleaning, and processing data in digital humanities projects. Sessions will cover information organization, data modelling, data quality and cleaning, and workflows. Participants will be introduced to humanities data from a selection of real-world digital humanities projects, and these datasets will serve as case studies for tools introduced in the course.
The course is aimed at humanities researchers and may be of interest to librarians, archivists, cultural heritage specialists, information professionals, and advanced graduate students.
- introduction to humanities data
- data management plans
- data curation profiles
- data creation and collection basics
- data quality
- data cleaning
- exploratory data analysis