The workshops, which will be held from January to March 2019, are designed to equip social scientists with basic know-what and know-how knowledge about computational methodology. They will introduce the knowledge and techniques on natural language processing, web crawling, sentiment analysis, data visualisation, and machine learning. Participants will also learn critical know-how about social media analytics and gain practical implementation experiences.
The Journalism and Media Studies Centre is co-organizing with the Society for Hong Kong Studies a 10-workshop series on using the programming language Python in big data research. The workshops will be taught by Yuner […]
Telling 18 years of the JMSC’s history under its founding director, Professor Ying Chan, is no easy task. But we’ve attempted it here, in an ambitious new multimedia website we call Our Story. Our Story […]
The JMSC has been awarded a one-year World Health Organisation (WHO) research grant to investigate whether cultural differences in Asia can impact the effectiveness of global health risk communication plans.
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