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Construccion de Mapas Conceptuales Diagramas

Construccion de Mapas Conceptuales Diagramas
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An Interactive Introduction to Network Analysis and Representation Networks and network analysis has grown more prominent in both humanities scholarship and public discourse. In this context, networks--also known as graphs or node-link diagrams--are "a set of vertices (also called points or nodes) which represent the entities of research interest, and a set of lines (or ties) between these vertices which represent their relationships." [1] This interactive application is designed to provide an overview of various network analysis principles used for analysis and representation. It also provides a few examples of untraditional networks used in digital humanities scholarship. Finally, along with the various methods described interactively here are links to related scholarship.

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WordSeer Project Page The increasing prevalence of digitized source material in the humanities has led to uncertainty about how this suddenly available information will change scholars’ research methods. What balance will scholars strike between in-depth examination of a few sources, and a more distant reading of a large number of them? As computer scientists and literary scholars, we see this as an opportunity to tackle a shared challenge between human-computer interaction and the humanities. Our focus is specifically on text collections: comparing texts, getting a sense of style and theme similarities, and tracing patterns of language use.

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