Introduction: Here is a 2014 conference report on digital paleography and big data of the past, on epigraphic paleography, and on Oriflamms and DigiPal projects.
Introduction: This post proposes reflexions on definitions of a digitized version of an artefact after a DH conference.
Introduction: This paper investigates the hermeneutic suitability of current digital methods for the humanities.
Introduction: This post reviews another post on annotations and text preparations for Topic Modeling.
Introduction: This post outlines Giorgio Caviglia’s work on interaction between visualization tools and humanities, and its consequences for research process and results.
Introduction: This post highlights the services, the methodologies, the tools and the projects developed by the Digital Humanities Lab of the University of Luxembourg.
Introduction: This post presents a technology which produces a dynamic image from photos, to improve the reading of illegible or erased signs.
Introduction: This post outlines TEI using for etymological data representation in digital dictionaries.