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Mining and Dining: Python Basics

Mining and Dining: Python Basics

Get familiar with some key text mining tools while enjoying some tasty sandwiches, salads, and cookies from Azafran! Python is a coding language that is frequently used for text mining, and is often thought of as one of the most user-friendly coding languages. Find out if Python might be helpful for your research and teaching with this fun workshop.
It is recommended that you bring your own laptop, however laptops can be supplied.
This event has been generously funded by the Idea Lab. Thank you Idea Lab!
Please note this event is limited to 10 participants. If the event fills up, we will put respondents on a waiting list in case someone drops out. We may be able to consider offering the event again if there is sufficient interest.
For questions about this event and digital scholarship at JHU contact Tamsyn Mahoney-Steel: Tamsyn@jhu.edu

Thursday, March 29, 2018
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Center for Educational Resources Conference Room
Homewood Campus
Library Instruction  
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Tamsyn Mahoney-Steel