This workshop provides an introduction to Mirador, a new tool for comparing and analysing large images and image collections from multiple institutions. It will also introduce the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF), a new technical standard that underpins tools like Mirador.
Events and Exhibits
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Free and open to all Stanford affiliates. Registration required at: Introduction to IIIF and Mirador
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Advance registration required. Attendees limited to current students, faculty, and staff at Stanford. Please click on "more info" link to register for this session.
Textbooks. Handbooks. Journals. Conference articles. Engineering Standards. Patents. There are millions of insights embedded within this massive corpus of engineering data, that if surfaced early in design can help you avoid costly failures, ensure safety, and commercial success. For graduate students, discover research to speed your thesis along.
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Free and open to all Stanford affiliates.Registration (opens April 17) required at: Data Visualization with R
This workshop is for those who are familiar with the basics of R and would like to learn more about visualizing their research data. While we will review the basic plot command and the lattice package, main emphasis will be on ggplot. We will also look into ways to make R visualizations interactive.
Prerequisites: Introduction to R. Please come with R and RStudio installed.
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Free and open to all Stanford affiliates.Registration (opens April 18) required: Data Visualization with Python
This workshop teaches fundamental data visualization techniques in Python. We’ll go over the fundamental matplotlib library, then look at ways to make more effective visualizations with libraries like Seaborn. We will also look briefly at Bokeh, a library that helps make visualizations interactive.