This time, the session will deal with the use of large datasets in Indian studies. To talk about that, we will host geographer Alexandre Cebeillac from the Université de Rouen. He almost has a decade of experience performing spatial analyses based on various data sources, from social media datasets to the census of India, often around urban-related issues. He recently defended a monumental thesis that focused on the use of online data in the study of mobilities and vector-borne diseases in Delhi and Bangkok. He has an extensive knowledge of India’s large datasets and knows it all about the difficulties in handling them. He will talk about it and expose some innovative methods he developed to work around some common data problems in Indian studies.
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Cite this blog post
ajei (2021, March 16). India Matters – Alexandre Cebeillac – Geography of movements – 16 March. AJEI - Association Jeunes Études Indiennes. Retrieved February 22, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/axkh