DH Tools

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all of the DH tools we’ve learned since the beginning of the course. There are so many tools available, but since we have less than two weeks left in the course, it’s difficult to incorporate all of the relevant tools into our project. Two of the tools that we …

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Cool Tools

I definitely could have written up a solid paragraph about Lenny… Aside from the fact that I’m taking a 3D printing course in fall term and that I love video games, 3D models are still the coolest things ever.  I’m familiar with a lot of computer technology and I still can’t wrap my head around …

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Two New Tools

Through the DH Tools for Beginners site, I found a tool called Timeline JS.  Because I have primarily been in charge of the timeline portion of our site thus far, exploring different timeline tools is very interesting to me.  This tool was developed by the knight lab at Northwestern University.  The site provides a template …

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New Tools

Gwen from UVA Scholars’ lab introduced us to Google Ngram in her discussion of differentiating reading through physical books versus sifting through online publications. In his article “Technology is Taking Over English Departments: The false promise of the digital humanities,” Adam Kirsch defines Google Ngram Viewer as “an online tool that allows you to map …

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