Tableau is unique and a valuable teaching tool because it provides an easy interface for the creation of charts, graphs and even maps. Students can… Read More »Software Review: Tableau as a Teaching Tool
Data Across the Curriculum
Donald Trump recently came out in favor of an old New York Police Department’s (NYPD) “stop-and-frisk” policy that allowed police officers to stop, question and… Read More »Student Spotlight: Racial Bias in the NYPD Stop-and-frisk Policy
For the past few weeks, DASIL has been publishing a series of blog posts comparing the two presidential candidates this year – Hillary Clinton and… Read More »Software Review: NVivo as a Teaching Tool
This year, DASIL welcomes a new member of our staff, Yujing Cao, who will be serving as the new data scientist. In her position at… Read More »Meet Yujing Cao, DASIL’s new data scientist!
This semester, students in Professors James Lee and Erik Simpson’s special topic seminar, “Milton, Blake, and Frankenstein,” will use NVivo, a software for qualitative literary… Read More »Data Across the Curriculum: Qualitative Literary Analysis in the Humanities