Data and DH

I took Dr. Lincoln Mullen’s Data and Visualization in Digital History course in the spring of 2016. This course provided me with an in-depth exploration of visualization tools and methodologies, as well as an understanding of the ways in which to gather, manipulate, and visualize data. We worked with geospatial, textual, and network data through scripting in the programming language R. I created three visualization essays, two of which were oriented toward my interests in digital public history: Papers of the War DepartmentPowerhouse Museum, and New Nation Votes. The remainder of my coursework can be found on Rpubs worksheets, which are located here.