News from the Center for Digital Scholarship
On Tuesday, September 9th I will be teaching a workshop on data visualization for the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute, “Introduction to Data Visualization I: Visualization with Gephi.” For the uninitiated, Gephi is an open-source network visualization program. The tool is ideal for networks of any size. It offers a vast array of network analysis and visualization options, including geospatial layouts for data, statistical measures for social network analysis, and dynamic network visualization. Gephi handles a variety of data formats and allows the construction of datasets within the tool itself, perfect for those working with smaller amounts of data. Gephi runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
Occasionally referred to as ‘Photoshop for networks’, it is both powerful and overwhelming to new users. This workshop is designed for beginners and does not require any experience with either network analysis or data visualization. If this sounds interesting to you, please feel free to register for the workshop.
Last updated by andjsmit on 11/21/2013