356 Barrows Hall
12PM – 4 PM
Instead of our usual meeting format, we will be taking over the D-Lab Collaboratory for a hacking day. This is a time to work on projects and training in a supportive environment. “Hacking” emphasizes learning through building, play, and making mistakes. During this “peer office hours”, you might:
- work on tutorials or training (e.g. the Programming Historian , the NLTK book are some examples, but we can suggest more)
- compare qualitative coding schemas
- finally get around to OCRing some texts or cleaning pesky data
- set up your scholarly blog
This is an open format event: you may arrive and leave at any time, as your schedule allows.
On the behalf of the DH at Berkeley program , Camille Villa will be offering drop-in consulting for the entirety of the event.