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Summer 2019: Code4Lib Southeast @ North Carolina State University
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=== May 2019: Code4Lib Southeast @ North Carolina State University ===
Code4Lib Southeast 2019 will be hosted at the James B. Hunt Jr. Library at North Carolina State University in Raleigh
For more details, visit the [[Southeast 2019|Code4Lib Southeast 2019 page]]
=== Summer 2018: Code4Lib Southeast, July 27, 2018 ===
Code4Lib [[Southeast 2018]] was hosted by the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library in Atlanta, Georgia on July 27, 2018.
Session slides, videos, tweets and more are available on the '''[[Southeast 2018 Schedule]]''' page.
=== Spring 2017: Code4Lib Southeast at Emory University Library, April 21, 2017 ===
Information about the event can be found at this link: '''[[Southeast_2017|Code4LibSE 2017 Emory Meeting]]'''
We currently have documentation from the Spring 2017 event about how the conference was planned. This document is available to anyone and is available [https:
Times work best
* (Summer - Fall 2015 will be in Greenville, SC) - Cancelled
* Winter-Spring 2015 will be at Tulane, New Orleans, Louisiana (primary contact: Phil Suda: firstname.lastname@example.org) - Cancelled
=== Spring 2015: Code4LibSE Datathon ===
'''May 1, 1-5 PM'''<br />
'''Room 128, Hodges Library, University of Tennessee Knoxville'''<br />
'''Registration page: http://goo.gl/forms/x9u11MCmJ1'''<br />
All are welcome to an afternoon datathon, put together as part of Code4LibSouthest. The event is free and open to all, although we do ask
to register using this form so we can have a head count.
The first 2 hours will involve skillshares and workshops around data retrieval/munging tools, scripts, and workflows. Let us know if you have a skill that you would like to help others learn - some topics include OpenRefine/LODRefine, Google Docs + Scripting, writing XSLT, working with library data in python, open source ontology editors, working with open data APIs, understanding the RDF data model, etc. We will add confirmed topics for the skillshare part of the event agenda as they are confirmed on our Google Groups page - see https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/code4lib-se/. Please know that all data skills are welcome!
Skills to be Shared:
* Metadata munging with XQuery, including roundtripping MARC to/from other XML metadata formats using https://github.com/ksclarke/freelib-marc4j-exist -- Kevin Clarke
* Perl + MARC/RDF munging -- Galen Charlton
* WOS, sci2 + network visualizations -- Cody Behles
* Depending on time: DPLA API, LODRefine (Linked Open Data Refine) & Open Authorities Reconciliation -- Christina Harlow
We'll then take a coffee and food break as needed. Some coffee, tea and local treats from Magpie's Bakery will be provided.
The second 2 hours will consist of breakout sessions where groups of folks can work with datasets using the tools/skills picked up. We invite people to bring their own datasets that need any kind of work - encoding issues, normalizing headings, mapping to other formats, pulling in URIs. If you don't bring your own data, we'll use datasets from UTK and the DPLA that need work normalizing and mapping names/subjects of regional interest. Attendees are invited to sit and learn or work on their own data - whatever you feel most comfortable with doing.
Please register below, and let us know if you are 1. able to share skills or 2. will be bringing your own data. Neither of these are required for attendance.
Questions or issues
Email Christina at email@example.com Travel information is being sent directly to those registered. Ask Christina if you didn't receive these.
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