A few weeks ago a researcher came to the Digital Projects Studio for help in getting his research out to a larger audience. His project, on Jewish cafes, had a plethora of information ranging from details on the cafes themselves to the cities and the famous people who had frequented the cafes. Some of the cafes had been destroyed during World War II and others are still in existence today. This is the story of bringing the Jewish Cafes project online.
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This is a step by step tutorial about using GDAL2Tiles to transform a georeferenced map into a TMS-map which can be added as a layer to a leaflet map.
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R Markdown is an authoring format that enables easy creation of dynamic documents, presentations, and reports that use R plots and data analysis. It combines the core syntax of markdown (an easy-to-write plain text format) with embedded R code chunks that are run so their output can be included in the final document. R Markdown documents are fully reproducible (they can be automatically regenerated whenever underlying R code or data changes). Continue reading “RMarkdown Tutorial” →
Welcome to the Digital Project Studio blog. We hope this will be a place to share tutorials, projects and other work from the Clark Library. Stay tuned for maps, tutorials and data visualization.