AAPB NDSR Webinars

We have another resident-hosted webinar coming up in a few weeks!

Intro to Data Manipulation with Python CSV (Adam Lott)
Thursday, February 23
3:00 PM EST

Archivists frequently inherit huge amounts of messy and disorganized data. More often than not, this data does not fit into established organizational systems, and manually reconstructing data can be a monumental task. Luckily, there are tools for automating these processes. This webinar, open to the public, will focus on one such tool, the Python CSV module, which can handle the large-scale manipulation of CSV data. Using this module, we will extract content from a large CSV, isolating specific assets that have yet to be digitized. Basic concepts of Python programming will also be covered, so those with little experience can follow along and create code of their own.

Required Downloads for Following Along:
Python 2.7.12 will be used. If you’d like to follow along, it can be downloaded via https://www.python.org/downloads/
A text editor of your choosing (webinar will be done using Atom)
csv_data.csv

Register for “Intro to Data Manipulation with Python CSV”

And if you missed our January webinars, you can catch up now:

“Challenges of Removable Media in Digital Preservation,” presented by Eddy Colloton, AAPB NDSR resident at Louisiana Public Broadcasting
–          view the slides
–          watch the recording

“Demystifying FFmpeg/FFplay,” presented by Andrew Weaver, AAPB NDSR resident at CUNY TV
–          view the slides
–          watch the recording

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