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Data & Donuts

Current Semester Schedule

Data & Donuts is a workshop series organized each semester by UT Libraries Research Data ServicesInstructors from UT Libraries and partners from across campus share expert advice, resources, and tools that will help you take good care of your data throughout its lifecycle, from project conception to the long-term archive. 

donut graphicOn select Fridays from 12pm - 1:15pm via Zoom*
*see individual Zoom links for each workshop below

 

Please consider attending the upcoming workshops below. If you are interested in presentation slides, Zoom recordings, and other materials from past events you can access these resources at https://guides.lib.utexas.edu/data-and-donuts/information-about-past-workshops
Fall 2021
Drone Imagery as Data
Instructors: Anaïs Zimmer &
Michael Shensky
Date: 10/15/2021
Time: 12:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom (Virtual Workshop)
Event Type: Workshop
Event Series: Data & Donuts
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Drones have become a powerful research tool because of their ability to collect very high resolution geospatial imagery. This workshop will discuss how imagery collected with drones can be processed, visualized, and analyzed to study vegetation, topography, and geomorphology. It will provide an introduction to the use of photogrammetry software, GIS, and Python for image analysis.
US Census Data in Context and Practice
Instructors: Meryl Brodsky,
Janelle Hedstrom,
Bill Kopplin,
Michael Shensky
Date: 10/22/2021
Time: 12:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom (Virtual Workshop)
Event Type: Workshop
Event Series: Data & Donuts
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This workshop will provide an introduction to US census data, explore the information collected by the Census Bureau and cover how it has evolved over time. It will address uses and limitations of data access and management. Tools for working with census data like GIS software and SimplyAnalytics will be introduced.

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