Mark your calendars, the 2017 Digital Humanities Summer Seminar will be held on May 23rd, 24th, and 25th. Topics for this year’s seminar include: Cengage Gale’s new DH Sandbox Using Raspberry Pi in DH Hypothes.is annotation tool Interactive Fiction Text-mining…
Seton Hall University Uses PolicyMap in the Classroom
Using Knight Lab’s “Timelines” product, you can easily create sliding horizontal timelines with popups, that include media and graphics.
Part one of what will hopefully be a series about language-processing tools you can use in your projects.
If you don’t mind tinkering under the hood with your copy of Excel, here’s a method you can use to add some code and create a new function that generates the latitude and longitude of an address.