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Methods Workshop: Visual Network Analysis and Transdisciplinary Approaches to Digital Methods

19th April @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

This workshop provides an introductory, interactive seminar to allow PhD students and junior researchers from a range of disciplinary backgrounds to explore and critically engage with innovative approaches to digital methods. PhD students looking for ways to expand on their methods training or find new ways to collect and analyse their own data are particularly welcome. In particular, the workshop will explore visual network analysis as a powerful technique for studying social phenomena, overcoming the conventional micro/macro and quali/quantitative divides through a hands-on, practical training. The workshop will be delivered by two experts working at the forefront of digital methods.

Contact

For further details, and to find out how to attend, please contact the organisers: Liam McVay (liam.mcvay@kcl.ac.uk) or Josh Walmsley (josh.walmsley@kcl.ac.uk).

Instructors

Tommaso Venturini
Researcher at the CNRS Centre for Internet and Society, associate professor at the Medi@lab of the University of Geneva, and founder of the Public Data Lab.

Axel Meunier
Research assistant at the Center for Internet and Society in the SoBigData++ project, and PhD candidate in design at Goldsmiths College, under the supervision of Tommaso Venturini, Alex Wilkie and Michael Guggenheim.

Program

Morning Session, 9:30-12:30
▪ Digital methods and quali-quantitative approaches
▪ Tables and networks and the flattening of the description of the social world
▪ Turning your networks into table with Table2Net

Lunch, 12:30-13:30

Afternoon Session, 13:30-17:00
▪ Introduction to visual network analysis
▪ Visualising and analysing your networks with Gephi
▪ publishing your networks with Retin

Details

Date:
19th April
Time:
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Event Category: