VisualEyes and VisualEyes^5

VisualEyes and VisualEyes^5

To work with the original version of VisualEyes, start by creating an account, and then building a project. The tutorial for building a basic map and timeline from scratch is available here. Other resources, including full documentation, is on the visualeyes.org web...
Notes on DH Press

Notes on DH Press

From Tuesday’s session, here’s the Data, Data and Data Top Level in PowerPoint form. The Data, Data and Data, showing examples of some Excel functions for dealing with XML, how to generate geolocations and more. There are three data sets available to...
Digital Humanities – Summer Seminar

Digital Humanities – Summer Seminar

Digital Humanities – Summer Seminar May 24, May 25 and May 26 (please register separately for each day) 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM (lunch will be served) Walsh Library – ITV Room Whether you are an experienced user of digital tools and techniques, or you’re just...

DH@SHU Forums – DH FAQ Support

Based on the interest at the Programming with ‘R’ breakfast the Digital Humanities Committee and the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) are excited to announce a new collaborative tool for use with DH projects.  The DH@SHU Forums will...