OpenMethods introduction to: Making histoGraph open source
Introduction: This post highlights the updates of the platform histoGraph.
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Introduction by OpenMethods Editor (Delphine Montoliu): This post highlights the updates of the platform histoGraph.
As many of you already know, histoGraph is a web platform designed to help researchers to explore large multimedia archives akin to what we have here at the CVCE. The histoGraph tool has two main goals:
- To enable users to find and identify the most relevant documents for research
- To discover document connections between persons.
In the last few months our designer/developer Daniele Guido, has started the redesign and development of the tool: this screencast shows some of the new features of Histograph as well as identifying the benefits and limitations of the new design.
Original publication date: 15/07/2015.
Source: Making histoGraph open source | Digital Humanities LAB at CVCE powered by uni.lu