From the announcement:
Training: November 13, 2014, 12-1pm, in Library West 211, and via Adobe Connect (link to be added)
This meet-up will take the form of a hands-on training session for using MassMine. The session will include an introduction to MassMine and how it was created in response to a humanities research question, how to use MassMine on UF Research Computing servers, and a larger discussion of developing research questions, project scope, goals for data research, methodological concerns including data acquisition strategies for statistical needs and intellectual goals, data privacy and IRBs, and open discussion of humanities concerns and considerations with data research.
The seminar is open to all UF faculty, staff, and graduate students. This seminar is organized by the Digital Humanities Working Group and Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, and is made possible through the generous support the UF Research Computing for hosting and supporting the MassMine software for researchers.