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Laurence Anthony's AntConc Older Versions All previous releases of AntConc can be found at the following link. <.exe> files are for Windows. <.zip> files are for Macintosh OS X. <.tar.gz> files are for Linux. All previous releases Development Version Screenshot Viewer User Support Komodo IDE/Edit Documentation History Manual General Use Base Editor Advanced Topics Americas Historical Maps Skip to Content Libraries Home | Mobile | My Account | Renew Items | Sitemap | Help | University of Texas Libraries Home > Finding Information > PCL Map Collection > Historical > Historical Maps of the Americas iGeolise lets you measure distance by time rather than as the crow flies The next time you're looking for a place to buy or rent, will you choose it by the distance from where you work – or by the time it takes you to get to work by bus, train, tube or car? Most people actually want to choose by the latter. Now a British company called iGeolise is promising to commercialise that idea for all modes of transport – and expand it from the UK to Europe and the US.

Vector Space Models for the Digital Humanities Vector Space Models for the Digital Humanities Ben Schmidt, October 25, 2015 Recent advances in vector-space representations of vocabularies have created an extremely interesting set of opportunities for digital humanists. JuxtaposeJS - Knight Lab Projects What it does JuxtaposeJS helps journalists tell stories by comparing two frames, including photos and gifs. It’s an adaptable storytelling tool that is ideal for highlighting then/now stories that explain slow changes over time (growth of a city skyline, regrowth of a forest, etc.) or before/after stories that show the impact of single dramatic events (natural disasters, protests, wars, etc.). By way of example, look at the change Sochi underwent between 2005 and 2013: JuxtaposeJS is free, easy to use, and open source. Almost anyone can use JuxtaposeJS, so long as you’ve got links to two similar pieces of media (hosted on your own server or on Flickr).

Photos of The Great War It was supposed to be the war to end war. For over four years World War I raged on, leaving in its wake a toll of death and destruction such as the world had never seen. These are the images of that time, an eternal testament to all those whose lives were lost or forever altered by The Great War. International Journal of Spatial, Temporal and Multimedia Information Systems (IJSTMIS This site uses some unobtrusive cookies to store information on your computer. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. We use cookies to store sessions in order to provide an interactive and personal experience to our website users.

The following links will allow users to play with live, running versions of three sample models that we have built and are hosting on our own server. These models are also included with the Serendip installation (which will likely yield better performance). Note: our server might have trouble with heavy traffic--best performance is achieved through downloading the tool and running it locally. Shakespeare_50 15 FREE Google Drawings graphic organizers — and how to make your own Using Google Drawings to create graphic organizers can help students gather their thoughts and customize to their needs. (Wikipedia / whistlaw) Sometimes, we just need some help organizing our thoughts — students AND educators. From Paper Maps to the Web: A DIY Digital Maps Primer Leer versión en español Lire en Français I was invited to the National Library of Colombia’s 2nd Digital Book Week as a speaker and to give a workshop on digital mapping tools. I thought it would be useful to share that workshop since it encompasses a lot of different processes and tools that make digital cartography today very accessible. It is a primer on working with various free web mapping tools so you can make your own awesome maps. You will make this.

Damien Demaj Late last year we published an interactive game tree celebrating Rafael Nadal’s historic 2013 season. The Game Tree allows users to visually explore how easily, or not, Nadal won each of his 666 service games in the Masters 1000 Tournaments, Grand Slams and World Tour Finals he played in 2013. This rare point-by-point summary shows where Nadal’s history breaking season was won and rarely lost. Figure 1. NULab for texts, maps and networks Python Folgert Karsdorp, ‘‘Python Programming for the Humanities’’Charles Severance, ’’Python for Informatics”, an applied but comprehensive introductory Python text with sections on text parsingDownload and install PythonDownload and install PyCharm, an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for PythonDownload and install IPython, an interactive shell for Python [Matthew Jockers, ‘‘Text Analysis With R for Students of Literature’’ (PDF available for download via the NEU Library)Download and install RDownload and install RStudio, an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for RRSeek, a search tool for finding resources on RSimple data types in R

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