Introduction: This lesson by Marten Düring from the “Programming Historian-Website” gently introduces novices to the topic to Network Visualisation of Historical Sources. As a case study it covers not only the general advantages of network visualisation for humanists but also a step-by-step explanation of the process from extraction of the data until the visualization (using the Palladio-tool). This lesson has also been translated into Spanish and includes many useful references for further reading.
Introduction: This article describes the possibilities offered by the ggplot2 package for network visualization. This R package enables the user to use a wide variety of graphic styles, and to include supplementary information regarding vertices and edges.
Introduction: This article introduces a novel way to unfold and discover patterns in complex texts, at the intersection between macro and micro analytics. This technique is called TIC (Transcendental Information Cascades) allows analysis of how a cast of characters is generated and managed dynamically over the duration of a text.
Introduction: This post highlights digital methods and standards for an efficient analysis of historical data.
Introduction: This post outlines some methods and tools for better visualizations and contextual analysis in Ancient History.
Introduction: This French post analyses the data recognition between art and computer.
Introduction: This Italian post highlights (also with English slides) the use of the software Zotero for research process and results.
Introduction: This is a conference report on the interactions between research and digital humanities.
Introduction: This post highlights the analysis of illuminated manuscript in art history before and after digital methods and tools.
Introduction: Here is the presentation of a project in anthropology on digital humanities methods and researches.