New tutorials on network analysis with Cytoscape

For some reason I got it into my head to write a bunch of tutorials on using Cytoscape for network analysis. They’re now all up on Github. (I’ve been moving to Github for tutorials because they’re easier to update there.) I started writing these for the students in my spring-quarter class and, even though the class is over, I’ve been […]

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Rehabbing DH101

Update, December 7: My students did a stunning job on their final projects, which you can see here: Joseph Mallord William Turner: UCLA Students Explore the Tate Britain’s Collection through Data NYSL By the Book: An Examination of the New York Society Library’s Circulation Records American Labor Movement The 5 Star Experience: The History and […]

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The Case of the Missing Faces

As I’ve often mentioned,  I’ve been working for quite some time on a study of the photographs of Walter Freeman. Freeman, a Washington, D.C., based physician, was the world’s foremost lobotomist; it’s estimated that he lobotomized some 3,500 people. He was also a prolific and dedicated photographer. He almost invariably took photos of his patients […]

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