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Web maps, data visualisation, and mapping with Neatline

November 26, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm


November 26, 2019
10:00 am - 1:00 pm


The Moore Institute Seminar Room G010 Ground floor The Hardiman Research Building


David Kelly

This session will introduce some key aspects of visualising your research data using web-based maps.

You will have the opportunity to get hands-on and follow along with a demonstration of how to create your own simple web-based map using an online service and an institutional version of Omeka/Neatline. There will also be a short overview of using JavaScript to create maps based on Open Source technology, for publication on the web.


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Learning Objectives

After the workshop, participants should:

  • Know when and why to should use web-based maps for data visualisation;
  • Understand the conceptual and technological components of a web-based map;
  • Be able to use an online service to present data on a map of their own

Workshop facilitators and speakers

David Kelly is Digital Humanities Manager for the Moore Institute at NUI Galway. He works with individual researchers and research project teams engaged in DH projects. To date, this has included projects involving database development, text and data visualisation, social annotation, digital edition development and network analysis.

Cillian Joy works in the NUI Galway Library on Digital Publishing and Innovation. His primary focus is the digital library strategy and programme of work to enable digital scholarship. Key areas for Cillian are project management, solutions to deliver new digital initiatives, integration, and interoperability. Cillian has a primary degree in Experimental Physics and a Masters in Information Systems and Computer Science. In the past Cillian worked as a Project Manager, Principal Technical Specialist, and for Web development and hosting companies.

Are you a Digital Scholar?

Developing skills with digital technologies can be a challenge for researchers interested in digital and open scholarship.

To help, the Library, in partnership with the Moore Institute, presents a series of informal workshops to share practice-based expertise, know-how, and experience in technologies and methods, that will enhance your experience of newer forms of scholarship.

The series: