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Library Research Guide for Sociology Graduate Students: Workshops

Welcome! You will find tips and other helpful hints for your sociological research journey here.

Data and other Workshops

The New Brunswick Libraries Fall workshop schedule is now available at

https://libcal.rutgers.edu/nblworkshops

These include coverage of Python, R, GIS, Qualitative Data (NVivo),
Digital Humanities, science topics and more.  New this semester is a
series that illustrates the use of Python or R on the Amarel HPC cluster
for machine learning with big data.

The new calendar system integrates registration, reminders, calendar
integration, and easy searching into one interface.  It will be
continuously updated as new workshops are added throughout the semester.
  Although the September schedule is mostly complete, new workshops will
be coming in October!

All workshops will be held online via either Webex or Zoom - register to
receive instructions on how to connect.

Workshops begin as early as Tuesday, September 8

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