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Ticha
Ticha is an online, digital explorer for a corpus of Colonial Zapotec texts. (The name ticha comes from the Colonial Valley Zapotec word for ‘word’, which also means ‘language’.) Zapotec is an indigenous language family of Mexico, has a long record of alphabetic texts, the earliest dated 1565 (Oudijk 2008:230). Reading and interpreting these colonial documents can be extremely difficult because of the challenges of early Zapotec orthography, vocabulary, grammar, and printing conventions, yet the documents contain rich linguistic, historical, and anthropological information.
DH  projects  TEI  text  editing  digitization 
6 days ago
MIDItime
Generate MIDI files from time series data. You can control can control what octaves and octave ranges you want.
DH  tools  sound  data  sonification 
6 days ago
Music Algorithms
Algorithms and Interactive Tools for Exploring Music Composition, Analysis, and Interdisciplinary Learning.
DH  tools  sound  music  sonification 
6 days ago
Center for Solutions to Online Violence
helping people safely navigate digital experiences and understand the impacts of and responses to online violence
DH  public  pedagogy 
18 days ago
Promoting Inclusiveness in Course Planning
Diversity checklist, statments, sample syllabi
pedagogy  diversity 
26 days ago
Tradamus
Tradamus is a free digital Critical Digital Edition creation web application. Whether you straight transcriptions of your text or full TEI encoded documents you can bring them together in Tradamus to build a Critical Edition using the methodology that you want. From the Apparatus Criticus to the final publication you decide!
DH  tools 
4 weeks ago
Shorthand
Beautifully simple storytelling
DH  tools  web  storytelling 
6 weeks ago
Colored Conventions
ColoredConventions.org endeavors to transform teaching and learning about this historic collective organizing effort—and about the many leaders and places involved in it—bringing them to digital life for a new generation of students and scholars across disciplines and for community researchers interested in the history of activist church, educational and entrepreneurial engagement.
DH  projects  pedagogy  crowdsource 
march 2017
Annotran
Annotran uses the annotation technology of hypothes.is to allow anyone to translate a web page.
DH  tools  translation  annotation  web 
february 2017
Viewshare
Viewshare is a free platform for generating and customizing views (interactive maps, timelines, facets, tag clouds) that allow users to experience your digital collections.
DH  tools  collections  archives  visualization 
february 2017
Guidebook
Easily create apps for events, conferences, trade shows, and meetings using the world’s best app builder.
DH  tools 
february 2017
TRACER
TRACER is a suite of 700 algorithms, whose features can be combined to create the optimal formula for detecting those words, sentences and ideas that have been reused across texts.
DH  tools  algorithm  text  analysis 
february 2017
MARKUS
With MARKUS you can upload a file in classical Chinese (and perhaps in the future other languages) and tag personal names, place names, temporal references, and bureaucratic offices automatically. You can also upload your own list of key terms for automated tagging. You can then read a document while checking a range of reference works at the same time, or compare passages in which the same names or keywords appear. Or, you can extract the information you have tagged and use it for further analysis in our visualization platform and other tools.
DH  tools  text  analysis  Chinese 
february 2017
Edition Visualization Technology
A light-weight, open source tool specifically designed to create digital editions from XML-encoded texts, freeing the scholar from the burden of web programming and enabling the final user to browse, explore and study digital editions by means of a user-friendly interface.
DH  tools  editing  annotation  text  visualization 
february 2017
histograph
Graph-based exploration and crowd-based indexation for multimedia collections.
DH  tools  networks  text  images  collections  timelines 
february 2017
Recogito
Create maps from text. Annotate images. Connect your research to other data on the Web and make it more open, visible and re-usable. Without the need to become a Semantic Web expert.
DH  tools  maps  text  annotation 
february 2017
fulcrum
Fulcrum is a publishing platform currently under development that helps publishers present the full richness of their authors' research outputs in a durable, discoverable, and flexible form.
publishing 
january 2017
TimeLineCurator
TimeLineCurator quickly and automatically extracts temporal references in freeform text to generate a visual timeline. You can then interactively curate the events in this timeline until you are satisfied, or quickly decide that there is no interesting temporal structure within the document. You can also create a mashup of multiple documents against each other to compare their temporal structure.
DH  tools  timelines 
january 2017
ThingLink
Annotate images and videos
DH  tools  annotation  images  video 
january 2017
HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) Datasets
The HTRC Extracted Features Dataset v.1.0 is comprised of page-level features for 13.7 volumes in the HathiTrust Digital Library. This version contains non-consumptive features for both public-domain and in-copyright books.

Features include part-of-speech tagged term token counts, header/footer identification, marginal character counts, and much more.
DH  text  data  datasets 
december 2016
GIS and Literary History: Advancing Digital Humanities research through the Spatial Analysis of historical travel writing and topographical literature
"Although we are accustomed to thinking about places as being "static", or as being defined by fixed boundaries, their cultural significance is in fact defined by other factors, such as the interconnected flow of experiences that converge in them and the roles they play as nodes in larger spatial networks [Ingold 2009]. Point-based maps are suitable for structuring the analysis of quantitative geographical phenomena, such as proximity and scale; however, they are less adequate for structuring the analysis of qualitative human phenomena, such as the experience of visiting a place or of travelling from one place to another. This is a significant problem for scholars who are engaged in research that aspires to analyse the geographical experiences and spatial relationships represented in literary works and, even more specifically, in works of travel writing and topographical literature. Analysing such works requires us to consider how the accounts they contain are shaped not only by the experience of specific locations, but also by the experience of travelling through and between those locations. We need to come to grips with both of these types of experience in order to appreciate how the authors of the accounts we are reading encountered and apprehended the places and landmarks they describe."

"our goal was to employ GIS technology to create not only more accurate visualisations of the routes Gray, Young and Pennant followed, but also to examine the spatial relationship between these routes and the places Gray, Young and Pennant mentioned, but did not visit."

"As GIS-based methods, CSA and LCP rely on computational processes for which quantification is a prerequisite, and much of the information contained in works of travel writing (including feelings, sensations, and intuitions) is not necessarily quantifiable."

"This is one of the benefits of using spatial models to study historical works of travel writing and topographical literature: it obliges us to examine local descriptions within the broader geographic context of the traveller’s experience. Rather than thinking in terms of isolated places, the models we have developed emphasize that these writers were describing journeys from place to place."
DH  literature  mapping 
december 2016
Digital Transgender Archive
The purpose of the Digital Transgender Archive (DTA) is to increase the accessibility of transgender history by providing an online hub for digitized historical materials, born-digital materials, and information on archival holdings throughout the world.
critical  digital  archives  projects  DH  trans 
november 2016
easel.ly
Create and share visual ideas
1000s of Reporting, Timeline, Resume and
Process templates to choose from
DH  tools  information  visualization 
november 2016
Tropy
Take control of your research photos with Tropy, a tool that shortens the path from finding archival sources to writing about them. Spend more time using your research photos, and less time searching for them.
DH  tools  images 
november 2016
MapStory
"MapStory.org is a platform of participation where we can all share our pieces of knowledge in the form of spatio-temporal data or spatio-temporal narratives and, working together, build the most complete historical atlas that has ever existed."
DH  maps  visualization  tools  narrative 
october 2016
Odyssey.js
"A simple way for journalists, designers, and creators to weave interactive stories"
DH  maps  narrative  tools 
october 2016
Feminist Data Visualization
"In this paper, we begin to outline how feminist theory may be productively applied to information visualization research and practice. Other technology- and design-oriented fields such as Science and Technology Studies, Human-Computer Interaction, Digital Humanities, and Geography/GIS have begun to incorporate feminist principles into their research. Feminism is not (just) about women, but rather draws our attention to questions of epistemology – who is included in dominant ways of producing and communicating knowledge and whose perspectives are marginalized. We describe potential applications of feminist theory to influence the information design process as well as to shape the outputs from that process."
DH  data  visualization  feminism 
september 2016
Iowa City Public Library will open early for accessible browsing hour
Library opens hour early w/ dimmed lighting, fewer patrons, to be an accessible library for folks on autism spectrum
libraries  access  disability  accessibility  from twitter_favs
september 2016
eLaborate
eLaborate is an online work environment in which scholars can upload scans, transcribe and annotate text, and publish the results as on online text edition which is freely available to all users.
DH  tools  transcription  editing  publishing 
september 2016
Fabula Maps
FabulaMaps is a digital mapping tool that empowers anyone to easily create beautiful, interactive maps, without any coding knowledge.
DH  tools  maps 
september 2016
Breve
We designed Breve for researchers who have to work with very incomplete and messy data. Historical data is often full of inconsistencies and errors that can be difficult to see when scrolling through a spreadsheet. We were inspired by Victor Powell's CSV fingerprint which he describes as a "birdseye view of the file without too much distracting detail". Breve gives you that meta view of tabular data and also lets you drill down to records and columns, and edit values.
DH  tools  data 
september 2016
Small Victories
Small Victories takes files in a Dropbox folder and turns them into a website.
No CMS, no installation, no server, no coding required.
DH  web  design 
september 2016
Mirador
Open-source, web based, multi-window image viewing platform
with the ability to zoom, display, compare and annotate
images from around the world.
DH  tools  images  web  collation 
september 2016
Creative Destruction / “Digital Humanities”
I wrote a thing about creative destruction and the political potential of "digital humanities."
from twitter_favs
august 2016
Omeka in Graduate Work
The intellectual labor of the project was manifold and manifest: students researched a historical period using primary documents and secondary sources; they analyzed visual media for its ideological and social meanings; and they wrote explanatory essays to provide historical and cultural context for interpreting dozens of documents. But the project also demanded they communicate their depth of knowledge in jargon-free language, as well as create an easily navigable architecture for complex topics. And they learned a new software platform, and gained experience with a workflow involving more than a dozen other people from units across the university. In short, they had to demonstrate a range of skills and knowledge, including the ability to collaborate effectively to create something larger than any one of them could have accomplished alone.
DH  graduate  pedagogy  Omeka  students  projects 
august 2016
Zooniverse
The Zooniverse is the world’s largest and most popular platform for people-powered research. This research is made possible by volunteers—hundreds of thousands of people around the world who come together to assist professional researchers. Our goal is to enable research that would not be possible, or practical, otherwise.
DH  tools  data  collab 
august 2016
Digital Humanities In the Library / Of the Library: A dh+lib Special Issue
What are the points of contact between digital humanities and libraries? What is at stake, and what issues arise when the two meet? Where are we, and where might we be going? Who are “we”? By posing these questions in the CFP for a new dh+lib special issue, the editors hoped for sharp, provocative meditations on the state of the field. We are proud to present the result, ten wide-ranging contributions by twenty-two authors, collectively titled “Digital Humanities In the Library / Of the Library.”
DH  libraries 
august 2016
SketchUp
The easiest way to draw in 3D
DH  tools  3D  visualization 
july 2016
Unity
Welcome to one of the world’s largest creative communities -- and the number one game development platform. Unity gives you everything you need to realize your creative vision fast, and move ahead.
DH  tools  games 
july 2016
Warcbase
Warcbase is an open-source platform for managing web archives built on Hadoop and HBase. The platform provides a flexible data model for storing and managing raw content as well as metadata and extracted knowledge. Tight integration with Hadoop provides powerful tools for analytics and data processing via Spark.
DH  tools  web  archives  visualization  analysis  text 
july 2016
Collector Systems
cloud-based collection management software
DH  tools  collections  archives 
july 2016
The Museum System
The Museum System (TMS) is the world’s leading collection management software, handling every facet of collections both large and small, from objects and exhibitions to insurance policies, shipping activities, and more.
DH  tools  collections  archives 
july 2016
CBook
Explore places and the social networks of characters, annotate portions of text, discover the narrative structure, analyze lexicon, and add your own contributions.
The CBook is a Digital Humanities project targeted to students and teachers.
DH  tools  text  annotation  books  networks 
july 2016
Exploring and Discovering Archive-It Collections with Warcbase
By unlocking the Wayback Machine’s underlying system of specialized files, primarily ISO-standardized WebARChive (WARC) files, we can develop new ways to systematically track, visualize, and analyze change occurring over time within web archives. Warcbase, an open-source platform for managing web archives built on Hadoop and HBase, provides a flexible data model for storing and managing raw content as well as metadata and extracted knowledge. Tight integration with Hadoop provides powerful tools for analytics and data processing. Using a case study of one collection, this paper introduces the work that we have been doing to facilitate web archive access with warcbase. We have growing documentation at http://docs.warcbase.org.
DH  web  archives  analysis  visualization  tools 
july 2016
Diverse Digitalities: Targeted Models for Postcolonial Challenges in the Digital Discourse
1. Small Axe: Archipelagos: A minimal computing model for a digital humanities journal for Caribbean Studies

2. Democratic Digitality: Theory and Practice of Electronic Education for the Underprivileged
DH  critical  projects  pedagogy  postcolonial 
july 2016
Audiovisual Data And Digital Scholarship: Towards Multimodal Literacy
This workshop will address both the challenges of analyzing audiovisual data in digital humanities scholarship, as well as the challenges of educating contemporary digital humanists on how to access, analyze, and disseminate an entire century of information generated with audiovisual media.
DH  audio  video  multimodal  literacy 
july 2016
Anonymity and Online Discussion: A New Framework for Analysis
We propose to analyse the concept of anonymity in three dimensions. We argue that cross-platform connectedness is associated with increasingly personalised communication as well as less communicative engagement between individual users; durability (continuity) of identity is associated with greater levels of civility, reduced trolling, and higher quality of deliberation (more reason-giving, etc); traceability is associated with exit - that is, people worried about traceability leads people to make a binary decision, to opt out, and the increasingly pervasive traceability promotes exit. Thinking of anonymity in these terms helps resolve some apparent trade-offs: it may be possible to capture the benefits of communicative accountability without the drawbacks of either the abusive space of easy anonymity or of the exposure to offline power relationships associated with real-name spaces.
DH  web  privacy  social  anonymity 
july 2016
A Web-based Tool Called Gauntlet: From Iterative Design To Interactive Drawings Annotation
Gauntlet's main benefit is to provide our worldwide collaborators with common semantics from a set of attributes (i.e. features) and geometrical tools for annotating the collected drawings. The set is displayed on the interface as a hierarchical list - termed “annotation tree” - of categories and subcategories (e.g. “characters area" branch contains sub-branch attributes: “human”, “non-human”, “text” and “blank sheet”). The tree is designed and edited via Excel and converted to JSON for web display. Such an implementation grants us flexibility and editing of the annotation tree based on curators’ comments (full text comments can be dropped at every level) and the degree of attributes occurrences. The annotation tree first took after McCarty et al.’s personification model (2004) approach, but is currently fashioned in such a way that the role played by annotators’ subjectivity should be reduced.

While it allows relatively fast annotations of large samples of drawings, Gauntlet’s main purpose is to provide positional coordinates of attributes from smooth and accurate user-image interactions. Such interactions rely on points to target repeated objects of a specific attribute (e.g. accessories or hands) and boxes to mark off the whole spanning area of an attribute (e.g. characters area). Curators can, at any time, export the current status of annotation in CSV format and run comparative statistical analysis on feature frequency, occupancy or positioning. So far, annotations have been carried out by researchers who are affiliated with our project, although crowdsourcing may be used in the future.
DH  tools  annotation  art  images  web 
july 2016
Curatescape
A web and mobile app framework for curating the landscape
DH  tools  platforms  curation  spatial  Omeka 
july 2016
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