Join our Social Sciences workshops and build your research, data, mapping, and analytic skills!
Unless otherwise noted, all workshops will be held in Group Study room 2 on the main level of Lehman Library.
Please RSVP using this link: http://goo.gl/forms/oA1oLxO6uL. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
10/1, 2 pm – Learn to Map: CartoDB
CartoDB has an easy, intuitive interface for quickly creating online maps. Bring your laptop and join us.
10/2, 2 pm – Learn to Map: QGIS [held in 215 Lehman Library]
A hands-on introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) using QGIS open source software.
10/6, 10 am – Using Bloomberg & Capital IQ
Learn how to navigate, download data, and use basic commands in these popular business databases.
10/8, 1 pm – Making Sense: Qualitative Data Analysis
Understand how to qualitatively interpret data collected through interviews, observations, and documents.
10/15, 1pm – Making Sense: Quantitative Data Analysis
Explore different quantitative methods for interpreting data. Learn how to identify appropriate methods for your data.
10/19, 11am – Making Sense: Spatial Data Analysis
Survey quantitative and geostatistical techniques for analyzing data.
10/22, 2pm – Learn to Map: Leaflet
10/28, 11am – Crash Course in Business Research
Get a quick tour of the basics of business research, covering resources for finance, marketing, and more.