Anna Schjøtt Hansen, email@example.com
Zarah van Hout, firstname.lastname@example.org
In two courses that build upon each other, we offer social sciences and humanities students a chance to develop their own data analysis and machine learning skills. Analytics has a strong tradition, very established methods, and a broad range of applications in culture, economy, and society. Social analytics extends general analytics toward the analysis of social (media) relationships. Cultural analytics builds on these existing successful analytical methods and applies its techniques and methods to the study of cultural objects. Students will gain knowledge about the theoretical and practical foundations of an analysis of socio-cultural objects. They will also learn about the limits of the current capacities. The first module of the course provides the basics of interactive Python as well as a first real-life case study at the end. We focus on showing you how to use Python for data exploration and the basics of visualisation. You will master the basics of data analysis in Python including NumPy, SciKit-learn and Matplotlib. Once you finish this short course you can move on to module two (insert link once published).
The course is divided into eight smaller sessions organised under two themes:
Interactive Data Exploration with Python
Advanced Interactive Data Exploration with Python
MA and Postgraduate
Both AIDA and non-AIDA students are encouraged to participate in this short course. To register, please send an email to Anna Schjøtt Hansen (email@example.com) and she will provide the link to the course.
If you are an AIDA Student* already, please also enrol in the same course in the AIDA system (button at the end of the page), in order for this course to be included on your AIDA Course Attendance Certificate.
*AIDA Students should have been registered in the AIDA system already (they are PhD students or PostDocs that belong only to the AIDA Members list (https://www.i-aida.org/about/members/).
Self-study online course