The PICSciE Symposium on Data Science aims to engage Princeton's research community in sharing their experiences and research results which are computational- and data-intensive in nature.
Please join the Digital Humanities Initiative, the Digital History Lab, and the Mudd Manuscript Library as we co-host a public lecture that explores the intersection of technology and the humanities. Our speaker is Porter Olsen, who is a research faculty member at the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) where he is the Community Lead on the BitCurator project, a Mellon funded project to bring digital forensics tools and techniques to collecting institutions working with bo
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The Digital History Lab in conjunction with the Center for Collaborative History continues its Digital Discovery Series (for department faculty and graduate students) with 2 informational sessions in March:
Zotero, Endnote, Refworks, or something else?
Friday, March 8
Which bibliographic software package is right for you? Come see several alternatives for managing your bibliography and citations, plus get help with installation, setup and troubleshooting.
Session notes now available at
or in the DDS Session Notes section at left.
“You don’t own it if you can’t find it!”
(for department faculty and graduate students only)
Friday, Feb. 8
211 Dickinson Hall
The Digital History Lab in conjunction with the Center for Collaborative History announces the first in its Digital Discovery Series (for department faculty and
The date and time of GIS workshops (Click on the link to register for a workshop)
Introduction to GIS (February 13 and March 4):
A Geographic Information System (GIS) combines software and digital geographic data to generate maps, tables and interactive analyses of spatial information. Princeton faculty, students and staff use GIS technology to manage resources, explore spatial relationships, and visualize change. The cl