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OLIVIA VANE | Research
My emphasis is building visualisations that reveal the qualitative aspects of cultural data: what is being said in texts around a topic? What do the objects look like that share some characteristic? This is in contrast to a purely quantitative view on the data, for instance visualising frequencies of items over time.
infovis  Dataviz  text  collectionsonline  onlinecollections 
2 days ago by miaridge
Search | Stephen F. Austin - Digital Collection
Search by keyword, author, recipient, date range, locations, and sentiment scores (rankings of the positivity or negativity of the letters). View your results as a document list, a timeline plotted by sentiment scores, a map of the letters’ geography, and ranked word counts.
infovis  Dataviz  sentimentanalysis  textmining  text 
2 days ago by miaridge
Using Voyant for Text Analysis | Digital History Methods
Digital text-mining tools can help researchers understand document collections that are prohibitively large for a close-reading. ... We hoped that the “distant-reading” capabilities of Voyant would be able to pick up on larger word usage trends that are not immediately apparent when reading with the human eye.
infovis  Dataviz  textmining  text  tools  howto  DigitalHumanities  DigitalHistory 
4 weeks ago by miaridge
Aga Khan Maps
Interesting itinerary visualisation of the 'Travels of Ibn Jubayr'
infovis  from twitter
8 weeks ago by miaridge
Our Year in Review: Creative New Zealand
Excellent visual storytelling HT : Creative NZ's overview of their annual report
infovis  from twitter
10 weeks ago by miaridge
Untitled (https://www.wired.com/story/world-economic-forum-dataviz/?mbid=social_twitter)
RT : This new platform developed by the World Economic Forum is unlike any visualization you've seen
infovis  from twitter
november 2017 by miaridge
R for Spatial Analysis: futureproof foundations
This one day course will get you up-to-speed with using R and RStudio for daily working with spatial data. You will learn about R's powerful geospatial data processing, analysis and visualisation capabilities. It is practical and hands-on: you'll learn by doing.
R  howto  fornewbies  infovis  Dataviz  spatialDH  spatialhumanities 
october 2017 by miaridge
Simple Text Analysis Using Python – Identifying Named Entities, Tagging, Fuzzy String Matching and Topic Modelling | OUseful.Info, the blog...
performing simple entity extraction from a text; for example, when presented with a text document, label it with named entities (people, places, organisations); entity extraction is typically based on statistical models that rely on document features such as correct capitalisation of names to work correctly;
tagging documents that contain exact matches of specified terms: in this case, we have a list of specific text strings we are interested in (for example, names of people or companies) and … [more]
python  DigitalHumanities  DigitalHistory  topicmodelling  infovis  Dataviz  datamining  textmining  text  nlp  NER  ddj 
september 2017 by miaridge
TimeLineCurator
RT : Fascinated tonight experimenting with the TimeLineCurator browser-based tool: from UBC InfoVis group. @/jofu_
from twitter
august 2017 by miaridge
Twitter
A lovely example of creative ways to visualise spatial data
spatialhistory  infovis  from twitter
august 2017 by miaridge
7 data visualization techniques for location – Points of interest
RT : “7 data visualizations techniques for location”. Short but perhaps useful for students.
infovis  from twitter
july 2017 by miaridge
Big, Weird, and Pretty: Visualizing HAM Museum Data – Digital Storytelling
For our curation assignment, we explored Palladio, RawGraphs, and Tableau to reflect upon how these platforms could visualize our research questions for the Harvard Art Museums’ API. We asked probing questions about the collection’s provenance and provenience, including:

What is the relationship among accession year, date of first pageview, and last pageview?
What is the relationship among accession year, culture, and department?
What is the relationship between total unique… [more]
infovis  informationvisualisation  Dataviz  collectionsonline  onlinecollections 
may 2017 by miaridge
CollateX
CollateX is a software to

read multiple (≥ 2) versions of a text, splitting each version into parts (tokens) to be compared,
identify similarities of and differences between the versions (including moved/transposed segments) by aligning tokens, and
output the alignment results in a variety of formats for further processing, for instance
to support the production of a critical apparatus or the stemmatical analysis of a text's genesis… [more]
DigitalHumanities  DigitalHistory  textmining  infovis 
may 2017 by miaridge
What is Cytoscape?
Cytoscape is an open source software platform for visualizing molecular interaction networks and biological pathways and integrating these networks with annotations, gene expression profiles and other state data. Although Cytoscape was originally designed for biological research, now it is a general platform for complex network analysis and visualization.
visualisation  infovis  network 
may 2017 by miaridge
Impact of Social Sciences – Seeing Data: Visualisation design should consider how we respond to statistics emotionally as well as rationally.
Through focus group research, interviews, diary-keeping and other methods, we identified a range of factors which affect our engagements with data visualisations. These include:

Subject matter: when the subject matter speaks to our interests, we’re more likely to engage with data visualisations.
Source/location: when visualisations are encountered in already-trusted media that we view or read regularly, we are more likely to trust them; otherwise, we don’t.

Beliefs and … [more]
infovis  Dataviz  visualisation  informationvisualisation  Research 
may 2017 by miaridge

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