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The final two lunchtime sessions of this team’s engage programme deal with data: how we can reuse it and revisualise it to engage with audiences beyond the academic sphere. Engaging audiences with digital – Hackathons at the Bodleian Libraries Liz … Continue reading
The Data: series of lunchtime talks is aimed at researchers from all disciplines who generate, gather, rearrange, or repurpose data. The talks will deal with software, services, and techniques to help you make the most of that data. Covering data … Continue reading
The Live Data Project will provide data visualisation as a service to researchers across the University – encouraging others to engage with and investigate their research data. Data visualisation provides a mechanism through which both data and research findings may … Continue reading
Visualising Research Data in 3D with Blender is a project which aims to design pipelines which will take data resulting from research and import it into Blender, where it can be transformed into high quality images, animations and interactive applications. … Continue reading