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Network Visualization with Palladio

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Friday, September 2, 2022 at 11:00am to 12:00pm

Virtual Event

Palladio is a tool developed by Stanford University's Humanities + Design Research Lab for visualizing historical data and analyzing geographic and network relationships across time. Join us Friday, September 2nd, 11am-12pm in the Virtual Digital Scholar Studio for this introductory hands-on workshop, where we will give a basic introduction to network graphing and demonstrate how to create and manipulate visualizations with Palladio. 


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About the presenter: Molly Castro is the Digital Humanities Librarian at FIU, where she manages the Digital Scholar Studio at the Green Library and provides instruction and consultation on digital humanities and digital scholarship. Molly is passionate about teaching and learning, digital scholarship, and critical digital and data literacy.

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