The nodegoat community meeting is an initiative of the TIC project at the University of Ghent in cooperation with DARIAH-BE.
The nodegoat community meeting will start with a general introduction on the current status of nodegoat and upcoming new features. Next, there will be four presentations of projects that make use of nodegoat.
The nodegoat community meeting is an initiative of the TIC project at the University of Ghent in cooperation with DARIAH-BE. The meeting follows on the doctoral workshop ‘Tracing Mobilities & Socio-political Activism. 19th-20th centuries’ that takes place at the Mundaneum between June 29 and July 1.
This meeting follows directly on from the Tracing Mobilities and socio-political activism, 19th-20th centuries, also held at the Mundaneum.
Nodegoat is a web-based data management, network analysis & visualisation environment.Using nodegoat, you can create and manage any number of datasets by use of a graphic user interface. Your custom data model autoconfigures the backbone of notegoat’s core functionalities.
Within nodegoat you are able to instantly analyse and visualise datasets. nodegoat allows you to enrich data with relational, geographical and temporal attributes. Therefore, the modes of analysis are inherently diachronic and ready-to-use for interactive maps and extensive trailblazing.
The nodegoat community meeting takes place at the Mundaneum, Rue de Nimy 76, 7000 Mons (Belgium) on July 1.
If you would like to attend the workshop please sign up by sending an email to Sally Chambers from DARIAH-BE, Sally.Chambers@UGent.be.
11:30 – 12:00
Introduction to Nodegoat: a web-based data management, network analysis & visualisation environment
12:00 – 13:30
13:30 – 15:00
Nodegoat project showcases
Chair: Sally Chambers (Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities and DARIAH-BE)
- Marianne Van Remoortel and Jasper Schelstraete (Ghent University): Agents of Change: Women Editors and Socio-Cultural Transformation in Europe, 1710-1920 (WeChangEd)
- Jan Rock (University of Amsterdam): Study Platform on Interlocking Nationalisms (SPIN) and the Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe (ERNiE)
- Nel de Mûelenaere (NISE and University of Antwerp): National movements and Intermediary Structures in Europe (NISE) and the Digital Infrastructure for the Analysis of National movements in Europe (DIANE)
- Hans Blomme (Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities): Transnational Intellectual Collaboration (TIC-Collaborative) and the transnational dynamics of social reform
Closing Remarks: Christophe Verbruggen (Ghent University and DARIAH-BE)
15:00 – 15:30
15:30 – 17:00
Nodegoat: future – developments and roadmap