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 post explains the necessary lemmatization process for topic modelling on French or European texts with Mallet.
Introduction: This article reflects on the lessons learnt by the author as he first taught a graduate course in digital analysis of literary texts. He stresses the importance of methodologies over technologies, the need for well-curated, community-created teaching datasets and the implications of the practical, discipline-based organisation of the curricula.
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 describes ‘stylo’ – an R package for stylometric research and text processing.
Introduction: This post highlights the current and future projects, methods and tools in digital Assyriology.
Introduction: This post presents a complete and critical balance sheet of the project DIXIT on the encoding and the literary edition.
Introduction: This French report of John Coleman’s conference (podcast in English) explains the methodological stakes in the big corpora of oral data.
Introduction: This paper describes the process whereby queries of the VRE system expressed in CERIF format are transformed into the metatada formats of the underlying e-Research Infrastructures and conversely, the results are re-transformed into CERIF and presented to the eVRE user.
Introduction: This article describes the landscape of data repositories and services for archaeologists in Europe, and the issues that make interoperability between them difficult to realise. The results of the ARIADNE surveys on users’ expectations and requirements are also presented. The main section of the article describes the architecture of the e-infrastructure, core services (data registration, discovery and access) and various other services.