Introduction: This is a comprehensive account of a workshop on research data in the study of the past. It introduces a broad spectrum of aspects and questions related to the growing relevance of digital research data and methods for this discipline and which methodological and conceptual consequences are involved and needed, especially a shared understanding of standards.
Introduction: Apart from its buoyant conclusion that authorship attribution methods are rather robust to noise (transcription errors) introduced by optical character recognition and handwritten text recognition, this article also offers a comprehensive read on the application of sophisticated computational techniques for testing and validation in a data curation process.
Introduction: This is a well-structured account of a seminar session on data management held in Munich. It introduces many topics which humanists have to deal with during a research process.
Introduction: What is the precise impact of digital humanities on the humanities in general? That this influence exists seems a given, but how the digital humanities impact humanities methodology en epistemology is still an open question. This article delves deeper into this problem of epistemology and presents a model of five ‘polarities’ along which these influences can be positioned.
Introduction: This report (available in English, French, German, Polish and Spanish) summarizes the findings of a web-based survey conducted in 2014/2015 by the Digital Methods and Practices Observatory (DiMPO), a DARIAH working group
Introduction: This article presents six different uses of networks based on graph theory in Digital Humanities projects.
Introduction: This post explains the benefits of using BEACON for data enrichment and increased visibility, on the example of Bibliografie deutsch-jüdische Geschichte Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Introduction: Here is the English minutes of a German conference report on literature and Digital Humanities.
Introduction: Here is a bilingual report of a survey on practices and tools in Digital Humanities.
Introduction: This paper investigates the hermeneutic suitability of current digital methods for the humanities.