How Ideas Travel: Introduction to Research Impact
This virtual session introduces attendees to the world of Research Impact. Research impact counts the number of times a publication has been cited by other researchers or mentioned in media.
Best Practices for Managing Data in your Research
In this introductory workshop, learn about research data management best practices and how investing a small amount of time in organizing your data now can save you a lot of time and prevent future headaches.
Gephi Part 1: Introduction to Network Visualizations
Learn to graph data and visualize networks at this virtual workshop on Gephi. Participants will learn how graph data can help express relationships between entities and visualize networks for Humanities scholars.
Protect Your Research Data: Introduction to Information Security for Researchers
Universities are not immune from data breaches and cyber attacks. Learn to protect your research data at this webinar with McMaster experts in IT Security and Cybersecurity.
Introduction to R Programming
This beginner-level workshop will focus on basic concepts of R programming using R Studio. Various Data Types and Data Structures will be discussed, as well as basic data analysis in R. No prior knowledge of R programming is required.
Data Management Plans + Introduction to DMP Assistant
Planning ahead for research helps you prepare for data questions and problems before they happen. Submitting a Data Management Plan (DMP) is increasingly a requirement for funding applications with Tri-Agencies and the NIH.
Exploring Networks of Research: New Searching with AI and Visualization
Instead of retrieving articles by search terms, new tools allow one to explore publications through interactive visualizations. Learn how to navigate networks in Litmaps, Research Rabbit, Research Graph, and/or Citation Tree.
Getting Started with Computational Text Analyses
Are you interested in textual analysis but unsure about where to start?
Introduction to Version Control with Git
This workshop will give you a solid introduction to Git.