This is a 2-week asynchronous course held in Canvas from May 16th at 12 a.m. through May 29th at 12 a.m, access to the workshop will go to the end of the quarter. The total amount of participation time is approximately 3 hours.
OpenRefine is a desktop application that uses your web browser as a graphical interface. It’s described as a power tool for working with messy data. OpenRefine can be used to standardize and clean data across your file(s). This Carpentry based workshop will cover the layout of OpenRefine, clustering, and multiple types of transformations.
For more information, please contact Computational Research Librarian, Danielle Kane, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registered participants will receive invites to the Canvas workshop prior to the start of the workshop on May 16th.
Related LibGuide: Software for Data Analysis by Danielle Kane