Introduction: This post analyses how useful should be the data visualization for academic researches.
Introduction: This post proposes the program and the video of a seminar on a software for 3D geographical data capture and visualization.
Introduction: Now that sources for research increasingly are digital sources, how do we establish the quality of such sources?
Introduction: This post outlines how a digital tool for data visualization is necessary for historical and biographical research process.
Introduction: A review of the book BITECA: Bibliografia de textos antics catalans, valencians i balears: Biblioteques i Arxius Valencians, by Beltran, Avenoza & Soriano (2013), that is an excuse to explain the technologies used to work on the first Dictionary of the Old Spanish Langauge (DOSL) and other versions at the Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies (HSMS).
Introduction: A very interesting post written by Domenico Fiormonte on a more diverse and equal Digital Humanities. Fiormonte aims for a more critical digital humanities, but not only in relation to disciplines, methods or tools. He also emphazises on geopolitics and the Global South situation in the Digital Humanities field.
Introduction: This paper discusses two possible approaches for doing XSLT 2.0 transformations on the fly on a Web (Application) Server: Saxon as a PHP extension and Saxon within the popular XML database eXist and concludes that the PHP solution is superior.
Introduction: This paper explores some the new toolchains offered by the Open Web Platform and alternatives to be considered in the daily editing workflows.
Introduction: This post presents a new book the purpose of which is to help the researchers appropriate digital research methodologies and tools.
Introduction: This software paper in Polish describes “Magik” (Magician), a tool for textual scholars which allows for comparisons of different variants of the same text.