The Department of Musicology at Leipzig University and LAB1100 are delighted to invite researchers, students, and other interested parties to our joint nodegoat workshop that will take place online and in person in Leipzig from 20 to 22 July.
The tool nodegoat offers scholars from the humanities interested in data-driven research and network analysis a powerful instrument to model and visualize data in various ways. As part of this workshop, you will get an overview of nodegoat’s features, how to build your own data model, and how to analyze the data collected. Therefore, we strongly encourage prospective participants to bring in parts of their own current research to work with it and discuss it together with the group. We think of this workshop as an inclusionary space for researchers on all career levels interested in acquiring new skills and hope for active participation that reflects on this workshop’s nature.
Following the recent addition of new features that allow researchers to link music notation to the existing data models of nodegoat, this workshop gives an overview and practice-driven approach to nodegoat’s diverse modes of analysis with spatial and chronological forms of contextualization.
The workshop will be held in English. The tentative schedule (GMT+1) is as follows:
Wednesday 20 July
14:00 Introduction to nodegoat
15:00 Who are you, what is your research question and what are your sources?
16:00 Setting up your nodegoat project
17:00 End of day one
Thursday 21 July
09:30 Learn how to enter data into nodegoat
10:00 Conceptualise your data model
11:00 Coffee break
11:15 Learn how to implement your data model in nodegoat
14:00 Enter data into your data model
15:00 Learn how to filter and visualise your data
15:30 Coffee break
15:45 Learn how to import data / work on your project
17:00 End of day two
Friday 22 July
09:30 Conditional Formatting
10:00 Network Analysis / work on your project
11:00 Coffee break
11:15 Data Ingestion / work on your project
14:00 Project Presentations & Feedback
16:00 End of day three
Participation is free of charge, but we ask you to pre-register via email to patrick.becker(at)uni-leipzig.de. Registration closes on 10 July. The number of participants for the in-person event is limited, so please state whether you want to attend the workshop online or in class.
Pim van Bree & Geert Kessels (LAB1100)
Patrick Becker-Naydenov (University of Leipzig)
Erstellt von: Patrick Becker-Naydenov