Reviving stalled or neglected DH projects. Hello!
If you have experience working on a DH project, and a few minutes to spare, I’d be grateful if you would complete my survey on this topic. You can find the survey here: I also welcome any resource recommendations, feedback or questions you may have. Also, please feel free to forward this survey to other interested parties.
Choosing an Ontology Framework - Understanding Context. Ontology is a knowledge representation language like Roger Schank‘s Semantic Networks and John Sowa‘s Conceptual Graphs or Doug Lenat‘s Semantic Web.
An Ontology framework is the model (structure, function and content definition) in which you choose to build your ontology. Like a Relational Database or an Object Oriented Programming Language, an ontology has defined structures, functions and content. Projeects. Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States. A spectacular historical atlas refashioned for the 21st century Here you will find one of the greatest historical atlases: Charles O.
Paullin and John K. Wright's Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States, first published in 1932. Timeline of History. Bibliographic Ontology Specification. rOpenGov — Algorithms for Computational Social Science and Digital Humanities. The Plain Person’s Guide to Plain Text Social Science. JSTOR Labs. Data Citation.
GIS. Open population datasets and open challenges. The Connectivity Lab team at Facebook is working on communication technologies aimed at connecting people in rural areas who currently do not have access to the internet.
Tutorials and games. Time Tracking. PastPin by Geopast. Digital humanities scholars receive Mellon support. Thomas Mullaney The Andrew W.
Mellon Foundation, which supports scholarly initiatives in the humanities and arts, has awarded $175,000 to several Stanford faculty members to bridge the technological gap between Asian studies and the digital humanities. The award will finance a Sawyer Seminar, a pop-up research center that will bring together scholars of Asia across the humanities and sciences at Stanford. Its recipients are as versatile as the project’s scope: from the humanities are THOMAS MULLANEY, associate professor of history; JAROSLAW KAPUSCINSKI, associate professor of music; and DAVID MCCLURE, lead software developer at the Stanford Literary Lab.
Recipients from the sciences are DAN JURAFSKY, professor of linguistics and computer science, and JULIE SWEETKIND-SINGER, head of the Banner Earth Sciences Library & Map Collections. The Sawyer Seminar will address a problem that bedevils Asian studies: the scarcity of digital tools and technologies to analyze text in non-Latin languages. Using games to understand government data collections. A Companion to Digital Humanities. Exactly What Is OpenStack? Red Hat's Rich Bowen Explains. You've probably heard of OpenStack.
It's in the tech news a lot, and it's an important open source project. But what exactly is it, and what is it for? Rich Bowen of Red Hat provided a high-level view of OpenStack as a software project, an open source foundation, and a community of organizations in his talk at LinuxCon North America. OpenStack is a software stack that went from small to industry darling at warp speed. Welcome to behave! — behave 1.2.5 documentation. How to Uncover Corruption Using Open Source Research - bellingcat. When most people think about open source research, they think about uncovering social media materials of soldiers on the front-lines of the wars in Ukraine and Syria, or geolocating video footage of significant events with Google Earth.
While open source materials have led a mini-revolution in how conflicts are reported online, there is another area where there has been just as much impact: corruption investigations. This guide will provide instructions on how to start doing your own research into corruption using open source materials, and also include advice from experts who have uncovered corruption in eastern Europe, the Balkans, Caucasus, and elsewhere.
Researchware - Qualitative Research Software for the Analysis of Qualitative Data. Computational Anthropology Reveals How the Most Important People in History Vary by Culture. Data mining Wikipedia people reveals some surprising differences in the way eastern and western cultures identify important figures in history, say computational anthropologists.
February 23, 2015 The study of differences between cultures has been revolutionized by the internet and the behavior of individuals online. Closed Access. ZfdG - Zeitschrift für digitale Geisteswissenschaften. Figshare - credit for all your research. Data First Manifesto. (Clio-online) Geschichte und Internet - Clio-online.
GitHub. Attic-labs/noms: The versioned, forkable, syncable database. Language… by Brenda H. Boerger et al. Finding Stories in… by Paul Bradshaw. One spreadsheet can tell many stories.
You just have to know the right questions to ask. Based on a decade of training journalists and working with news organisations on data-driven stories, Finding Stories In Spreadsheets outlines the techniques for asking the right questions of data using tools like Excel and Google spreadsheets. Leanpub: Publish Early, Publish Often.
Welcome. The Public Domain Review. EvoText: A new tool for analyzing the biological sciences. Open Access Abstract We introduce here evoText, a new tool for automated analysis of the literature in the biological sciences. evoText contains a database of hundreds of thousands of journal articles and an array of analysis tools for generating quantitative data on the nature and history of life science, especially ecology and evolutionary biology.
ArchBook: Architectures of the Book. ArchBook is an open-access, peer-reviewed collection of richly illustrated essays about specific design features in the history of the book. Source Clips. Marathon County Pommersch Female speaker, born 1903, Hamburg, Marathon County, WI. Thngs — a place for every thing. Digital Humanities Israel. View all projects.