See the Events Calendar for dates and start times of all events and workshops
CITATION MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE WORKSHOPS
Cite Smarter & Manage Your Research –EndNote — Register
Cite Smarter & Manage Your Research – Zotero — Register
Cite Smarter & Manage Your Research – Mendeley — Register
DATA ANALYSIS WORKSHOPS
Introduction to R Statistical Programming
Learn how to use this free tool for statistical computing. This workshop will cover setting up R, importing data, descriptive statistics and running linear regression models. Basic knowledge of statistics is recommended.
For those that have competed the Introduction to R workshop and want to move past of basics of R and work on using some of the most used packages like ggplot2 and dplyr.
Data Manipulation with Excel
Learn the useful functions and techniques for data manipulation and cleaning using Microsoft Excel such as vlookup, index, functions with series and more.
Introduction to STATA
Learn how to use this tool for statistical computing. This workshop will cover an overview of the interface, importing data, descriptive statistics and running linear regression models. Basic knowledge of statistics is recommended.
Introduction to Desktop GIS
In this beginner class learn about using GIS to make a map and begin doing spatial analysis. You will learn how to make a basic map, edit and interact with data, and the fundamentals of GIS data organization.
Intermediate Desktop GIS
Build on your introductory GIS knowledge with this workshop. Learn how to do spatial joins, definition queries, custom labeling and more.
Introduction to Web GIS
In this beginner workshop you will learn how to build a web enabled map using ArcGIS Online as well as how to make a story map.
RESEARCHER’S TOOLKIT SERIES 2017
Sharing your Research and Data with Arch, 10/25 from 4:30-5:30
Grant funding agencies and journal publishers increasingly require data sets to be archived and publicly available online. The open science movement advocates for greater transparency in research methodology to address problems with reproducibility in the social and life sciences. Conference presentations, lectures, unpublished papers, blog posts, and other web content suffer link-rot or are otherwise lost in the digital ether. Arch is a self-deposit research and data repository designed for faculty and students to preserve and share scholarly materials. Arch is free to use and is supported by the Northwestern University Libraries. Please bring a laptop to sign in and follow along.