Introduction: In our guidelines for nominating content, databases are explicitly excluded. However, this database is an exception, which is not due to the burning issue of COVID-19, but to its exemplary variety of digital humanities methods with which the data can be processed.AVOBMAT makes it possible to process 51,000 articles with almost every conceivable approach (Topic Modeling, Network Analysis, N-gram viewer, KWIC analyses, gender analyses, lexical diversity metrics, and so on) and is thus much more than just a simple database – rather, it is a welcome stage for the Who is Who (or What is What?) of OpenMethods.
Introduction: Named Entity Recognition (NER) is used to identify textual elements that gives things a name. In this study, four different NER tools are evaluated using a corpus of modern and classic fantasy or science fiction novels. Since NER tools have been created for the news domain, it is interesting to see how they perform in a totally different domain. The article comes with a very detailed methodological part and the accompanying dataset is also made available.
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 software paper describes ‘stylo’ – an R package for stylometric research and text processing.
Introduction: This post highlights digital methods and standards for an efficient analysis of historical data.
Introduction: This open access article presents the development and the use of a digital tool for linguistic studies.
Introduction: This post presents a number code for authorship identification.
Introduction: This conference report highlights a tool for preservation and research process of oral archives.
Introduction: This post analyses the sequence alignment text/image and the quality of manuscript transcriptions.
Introduction: This publication demonstrates how a specific digital method is a real tool for digital researches and analysis.