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Digital Humanities: Technical Resources

This guide presents resources for exploring the digital humanities, including digital archives projects, text analysis, maps, simulations, big data, and the transformation of art and humanities through the use of digital media.

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remixed from Allie Brosh of Hyperbole and a Half (hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com)

(remixed from Allie Brosh of Hyperbole and Half; image courtesy of literaturegeek)

Textual Editing

Digital developments have made it possible to address new questions of textual analysis and intepretation and to present texts on a platform that is widely acessible.

Textual Analytics

Synonymous with text mining, textual analytics describes a set of linguistic and statistical techniques that model and structure the information content of textual sources for data analysis, scholarly research, or investigation. Textual analytics uses information gleamed from the text structure to identify patterns and trends.

GIS & Maps

Repositories

These repositories are open source and allow you to store, preserve, and manage your digital assets.

Display/Publishing

Integral for the sharing and exchange of information, these databases can help you display your projects.

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