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** [http://openrefine.org/ OpenRefine]: free, open-source, desktop tool for mass data transformation - [https://github.com/OpenRefine/OpenRefine/releases/ OpenRefine source code] (NOTE: wiki page exists - https://ethicaledtech.info/wiki/OpenRefine)
 
** [http://openrefine.org/ OpenRefine]: free, open-source, desktop tool for mass data transformation - [https://github.com/OpenRefine/OpenRefine/releases/ OpenRefine source code] (NOTE: wiki page exists - https://ethicaledtech.info/wiki/OpenRefine)
** [https://shancarter.github.io/mr-data-converter/ Mr. Data Converter]: free, open-source, browser tool for turning Excel or CSV data into web data formats like HTML, XML, and JSON - [https://github.com/shancarter/Mr-Data-Converter Mr. Data Converter source code]
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** [https://shancarter.github.io/mr-data-converter/ Mr. Data Converter]: free, open-source, browser tool for turning Excel or CSV data into web data formats like HTML, XML, and JSON (also Python dictionaries or MySQL tables) - [https://github.com/shancarter/Mr-Data-Converter Mr. Data Converter source code]
 
** [http://geomancer.io/ Geomancer]: free, open-source, browser tool for adding geographical data to a spreadsheet - [https://github.com/associatedpress/geomancer/ Geomancer source code]
 
** [http://geomancer.io/ Geomancer]: free, open-source, browser tool for adding geographical data to a spreadsheet - [https://github.com/associatedpress/geomancer/ Geomancer source code]
  

Revision as of 15:28, 4 June 2019

This edit-a-thon - June 4, 2019, 2-4pm Eastern Time - will focus on open and ethical tools for working with data, including data wrangling, data analysis, and data visualization.

RSVP

If you can make it, edit this section and add your name below. (You'll need to log in or create an account first. Check your spam folder if you don't receive an account confirmation.) Be sure to let us know how you'll be participating.

Agenda

  • 30 min: Videoconference introduction on Jitsi
  • 1.5 hrs: Edit, coordinating on chat

Data Tools

Check out the list of Data Tools to be added, including:

  • Data Analysis
    • R programming language, RStudio, and the Tidyverse packages: R is a widely used open-source language with a robust, global community of users and contributors; RStudio is a free, open-source, integrated development environment (IDE) for working with R (note: there is also a commercial version of RStudio with additional features and customer support); the Tidyverse packages are used for data manipulation, exploration, and visualization
    • SciLab: free, open-source, desktop alternative to MATLAB for statistical analysis and data visualization
  • Data Visualization
    • RAWGraphs: free, open-source, browser tool for simple data visualization
    • TimelineJS: free, open-source, Knight Lab browser tool for creating interactive timelines (ethical issue: requires use of Google sheets)
    • Plotly Chart Studio: freemium browser-based tool for data visualization; also available as open-source graphing packages for use with Python, R, JavaScript, and MATLAB
    • Leaflet: open-source JavaScript package for creating interactive maps