Nodegoat Workshop on the 5th May 2023

Data Management, Network Analysis and Visualizations with Nodegoat

Nodegoat is a virtual research environment that is mainly used in the humanities by an international research community. Nodegoat is web-based and allows to create data models specifically adapted to research questions, to perform network analyses and to generate visualizations.

Target group and goals of the workshop

The target group is students, doctoral candidates as well as employees of Classical Studies at JGU. Previous knowledge is not necessary. Goals are:

  • To get to know digital research tools for scientific work
  • Designing and conceptualizing data models
  • Create data sets
  • Acquire, analyze and visualize larger data sets

Time and location (attendance only)

May 05, 2023; 10 am - 4 pm, Ancient Sciences Innovation Lab, Hegelstraße 59, 55122 Mainz (room number 00-309). Workshop language is English.


Please note that bringing your own laptop is required for participation. If you do not have your own device, laptops can be provided in limited numbers. Please register for a free Nodegoat account in advance of the workshop via:

If you already have research data (e.g., textual data, archaeological data, etc.) that you would like to process with Nodegoat, you are welcome to bring it.


Welcome and introduction: 10:00-10:20 a.m.
Introduction to Nodegoat and data models: 10:20 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Lunch break: 12:30-13:30 p.m.
Data set creation, analysis and visualization: 13:30-16:00 p.m.


Registration for the workshop is open through the form below until 05/03/2023.

Please note that the workshop is designed for 20 people. Once registrations exceed this number, we will introduce a waiting list and contact you about the registration status.

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