Analyzing Social Media Data with Python

Tuesday, March 01
Event Time 04:00 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.
Cost Free
Location Humanities 404
Contact Email smirnov@sfsu.edu

Overview

Learn to mine and analyze social media data, and have fun with the Python programming language along the way. No previous knowledge of Python is expected. Professor Anastasia Smirnova (English) will lead the workshop. Free.

 

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