Python for Poets (Part 2 of 2)

Date
Jan 25, 2023, 2:00 pm5:00 pm
Location
Center for Digitial Humanities , Princeton, NJ 08544, United States
Audience
Princeton students, graduate students, researchers, faculty, and staff

Details

Event Description
Note: This is a two-part workshop. Part 1 will be held on January 24 at 2-5 PM. Registering for Part 1 allows you to attend both parts (i.e., you do not need to register for Part 2).

What is Python to a poet? Is all programming anathema to humanists, poets, and right-brain thinkers? Or can it be used to find new patterns in texts, poems, artworks and culture? In this 2-day workshop, taught by two humanists trained in computational analysis, we will overview the fundamentals of Python from a humanistic point of view, and then apply what we've learned to a few specific problems of text analysis.

Meet the Facilitator:
Ryan Heuser is a research software engineer in the Center for Digital Humanities. Gian Rominger is a graduate student in East Asian Studies.

What to Expect:
Single Workshop

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