Data in Humanities

Archives, Data, and Humanities: A Philosopher's Reflections This week our Digital Humanities seminar served as a good reminder of the possibilities and breadth of data potential in humanities fields. Miriam Posner’s blog “Humanities Data: A Necessary Contradiction” was not only an excellent introduction to the notion of all objects bearing metadata, but also a further … Continue reading Data in Humanities

Text & Data Analysis Part 3: RAWGraphs Tutorial

Some of the first ventures into the field now known as the Digital Humanities began when humanists wanted to use computers to read and analyze large bodies of text. Starting with Father Busa’s computer-readable project of Aquinas, today some of the most popular DH projects are text and data analysis-based. This tutorial highlights how to … Continue reading Text & Data Analysis Part 3: RAWGraphs Tutorial

Text & Data Analysis Part 2: Palladio Tutorial

Some of the first ventures into the field now known as the Digital Humanities began when humanists wanted to use computers to read and analyze large bodies of text. Starting with Father Busa's computer-readable project of Aquinas, today some of the most popular DH projects are text and data analysis-based. This tutorial highlights how to … Continue reading Text & Data Analysis Part 2: Palladio Tutorial

Text & Data Analysis Part 1: Voyant Tools Tutorial

Some of the first ventures into the field now known as the Digital Humanities began when humanists wanted to use computers to read and analyze large bodies of text. Starting with Father Busa's computer-readable project of Aquinas, today some of the most popular DH projects are text and data analysis-based. This tutorial highlights how to … Continue reading Text & Data Analysis Part 1: Voyant Tools Tutorial