Review your knowledge: 6 questions from the lessons
Descriptive analysis help us summarize a data set.
Descriptive analysis help us summarize a data set.(Select one of the following)
Structured data can be:
Structured data can be:(Select all that apply)
Research data can be defined as:
Research data can be defined as:(Select all that apply)
Tiny data format only allows one value per cell.
Tiny data format only allows one value per cell.(Select one of the following)
Measurements are accurate when
Measurements are accurate when(Select one of the following)
The stages of data is a single iteration process, i.e. there is a fixed stage progression from data collection to visualization.
The stages of data is a single iteration process, i.e. there is a fixed stage progression from data collection to visualization.(Select one of the following)
Deepen your knowledge
How does increased data literacy add to your project planning?
How do you address your use of data and your ethics? For example,how might ethics play a part in the way you think about (a) data collection? (b) anonymity and confidentiality? (c) data and its relation to the communities it emerges from?
Consider your next project, what are some considerations from this workshop that you might bring into your project?
DHRI workshops provide a foundational comprehension of digital skills and tools often used in digital humanities and humanistic social science research. While having a strong foundation is important, there is usually more to learn if you want to get started on your own. Now that you have an awareness of the basics, here are some other tutorials to try that will extend your learning.
After they complete a workshop, participants often ask: what next? Here are some additional resources that can help you think about the projects that could be developed, the resources that you might need, the ways this skill could be used in the classroom, or debates in the field of digital humanities that provide context to what you have just learned.