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  • Digital Humanities at Stanford
    who do know Donald Rumsfeld you know that he had a way of expressing the complex postmodern world in a way that was simultaneously accessible and fertile Like a modern Laozi his seemingly blaise descriptions of complex systems contain multilayered wisdom of the kind necessary for identifying the key features of such systems Lesson 1 Known Unknowns Read more Responsive Data Visualization Submitted by Elijah Meeks on 08 19 2014 12 13 The final chapter of my book D3 js in Action is focused on explaining using the D3 data visualization library for mobile development It was a bit of a stretch for me since I hadn t done very much mobile development and I expected to write a short chapter outlining the functions like d3 touches that exist to handle touch interface Read more Why are such terrible things written about DH Kirsch v Kirschenbaum Submitted by Glen Worthey on 05 07 2014 12 01 Last week I read one of the latest and loudest salvos in a sad and very silly war on the digital humanities Adam Kirsch in The New Republic chose to put his pugnacious piece out under not one but two inflammatory titles Technology is Taking Over English Departments The false promise of the digital humanities Oh please Read more Digital Humanities and Data Science Submitted by Elijah Meeks on 05 05 2014 08 39 I m proud to announce that Stanford University Library will be bringing on Scott Weingart as a data scientist to help support digital humanities scholarship here at Stanford Scott is well known in the digital humanities community for his work on information visualization MOOCs courses on network analysis editing the Journal of Digital Humanities issue focused on topic modeling and work alongside other DH scholars to create The Historian s

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  • About DH at Stanford | Digital Humanities at Stanford
    Spatial History Lab the Literary Lab the Music Department s Centers for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities and Computer Research in Music and Acoustics and other department based groups in the Stanford Humanities Center and in various units of the Stanford University Libraries The current collective of Stanford digital humanists includes people in many of these organizations and though we don t currently have a single institutional home we

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  • People | Digital Humanities at Stanford
    Javascript PHP Emma Honour Mae Glen Worthey Stanford University Libraries Digital Libraries Metadata Digital Libraries TEI Databases Perl UNIX XML XSL Glynn Edwards Hannah Rose Abalos Jason A Heppler Department of History CESTA Stanford University Libraries Academic Technology Specialist Program Data Visualization Text Analysis Project Management Databases Coding Network Analysis Spatial Humanities GIS Gephi GIS Network Analysis Tableau TEI Text Analysis Web Application Design D3 Databases Javascript Omeka PHP Python Ruby UNIX WordPress XML XSL Jill Elizabeth John Bickar Julie Sweetkind Stanford University Libraries Data Acquisition Cataloging Digital Philanthropy Digital Libraries GIS Karim Arsalane Karl Grossner Stanford University Libraries Data Modeling Semantic Web GIS Web Application Design and Development Natural Language Processing Project Management Data Modeling Digital Libraries GIS Network Analysis Text Analysis Web Application Design Databases Drupal Javascript PHP Python UNIX Marissa Lynn Gemma Mark Andrew Alg Melissa Kagen GIS Javascript Mike Widner Division of Literatures Cultures and Languages Academic Technology Specialist Program Stanford University Libraries Drupal UNIX Coding Data Management Metadata Databases Linked Data Web Applications Content Management Systems Text Analysis Data Modeling Digital Libraries Gephi GIS Network Analysis TEI Text Analysis Web Application Design D3 Databases Drupal Javascript Omeka Perl PHP Python UNIX WordPress XML XSL Nicole

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  • Project Showcase | Digital Humanities at Stanford
    of the Division of Literatures Cultures and Languages about their research teaching and collaboration From this information he generated several network graphs for use in an all faculty retreat at which the agenda was to center around how the DLCL is structured and how well it works for faculty Read more Chinese Railroad Workers Project Between 1865 and 1869 thousands of Chinese migrants toiled at a grueling pace and in perilous working conditions to help construct America s First Transcontinental Railroad The Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project seeks to give a voice to the Chinese migrants whose labor on the Transcontinental Railroad helped to shape the physical and social landscape of the American West The Project coordinates research in the United States and Asia in order to create an on line digital archive available to all Read more French Revolution Digital Archive The French Revolution Digital Archive FRDA is the result of a multi year collaboration between the Stanford University Libraries and the Bibliothèque nationale de France BnF to produce a digital version of the key research sources of the French Revolution and make them available to the international scholarly community Read more Bibliopedia Bibliopedia is a tool for the discovery and analysis of humanities research and a platform where scholarly communities can form to discuss revise and extend our knowledge of existing research Initially developed by Michael Widner now ATS for the DLCL and Jason Yandell Bibliopedia is now being used by faculty research projects at Stanford Read more Performing Trobar Performing Trobar is a website designed to support teaching and learning in Marisa Galvez s course Songs of Love and War Gender Crusade Politics Zach Chandler working closely with Experimedia directed the design of the first iteration of Performing Trobar In the summer of 2013 Prof Read more Lacuna Stories Lacuna Stories is an exploratory interactive online ecosystem where people can research and discuss significant historical events like 9 11 using the wide array of sources we have collected which include governmental professional academic literary and popular documents and responses Lacuna Stories doesn t aim to construct a single narrative or a conclusive truth of the event Instead the diversity of sources and the kinds of interactions and conversations facilitated by Lacuna Stories encourage a form of creative work to inspires new responses to and stories about 9 11 Read more ORBIS ORBIS is an interactive scholarly work that allows readers to examine the movement of goods and people in the Roman World through the creation of a historical transportation network model and its publication using interactive maps and information visualization It consists of a large scale spatial database that utilizes robust pathfinding to give real time route calculations to users various user interfaces into that database and a host of scholarship explaining and demonstrating its use Read more Digital Humanities Focal Group In the 2013 Fall Quarter Dan Edelstein Professor of French and by courtesy of History and Michael Widner convened The Digital Humanities Focal

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  • Resources | Digital Humanities at Stanford
    Digital Humanities Support Digital Humanities Reading Group December S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

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  • Workshops | Digital Humanities at Stanford
    Workshops Add content here December S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

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  • Best Practices for Successful Digital Projects | Digital Humanities at Stanford
    alternate academy Alt Ac careers so if you are considering an Alt Ac career but aren t necessarily a digital humanist or computational social scientist this workshop is for you too Checkout the links below to get more information on our upcoming workshops and don t forget to register Attention The Corpus Building Workshop has been pushed to January and many of the dates for workshop topics have changed for the Winter and Spring Quarters Please refer to the calendar on the left regarding all changes We re so sorry for any inconvenience these changes may cause Topics Project Management Workshop Summary Topics for this workshop include an overview of Project Management and why it is fundamental for the successful completion of projects discussion of the Project Management framework as well as providing a short list of best practices for implementing basic Project Management principles for digital humanities projects and alt ac work scenarios This workshop will be a combination of presentation and interactive activities that will empower to integrate project management best practices into your digital project View resources for this topic Data Management This workshop will cover topics including an overview of Data Management a discussion of why it is necessary for the successful completion of digital projects as well as providing a short list of Data Management best practices for digital humanities projects and alt ac work scenarios currently utilized by Stanford University Libraries Text Based Model Creation The focus of this workshop will consider the best practices necessary for successfully constructing text based models that can be used for a myriad of qualitative analysis techniques in particular we will discuss both how to establish a sampling policy and framework as well as identify different resources for humanities and social science subject areas available from the library

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  • Çatalhöyük Living Archive | Digital Humanities at Stanford
    Open Data LOD cloud by publishing significant portions of the tabular data now in a relational database in RDF OWL format The data will be made accessible via a RESTful API and a SPARQL endpoint A pilot project with Open Context s Eric and Sarah Kansa will use the British Museum Materials Thesaurus to link Çatalhöyük data with that of other archaeological projects Interactive Search The graph data model of RDF OWL allows us to more readily present summary and detail displays of finds features and samples excavated from spaces buildings and areas A map two timelines deposition and excavation time scales and interactive visualizations will be joined with a traditional search form enabling researchers to navigate the data store visually in novel ways We need to enable answering questions like What finds and features come from the northwest regions of buildings and is there variation by area or period What stone or clay objects have been found near burials during which depostion phases and what interpretive categories are they in Research Workspace Authorized users will be able to store annotatations to data records export search results save and share queries and ultimately propose new or alternate interpretive classifications The Language of Çatalhöyük A significant volume of analytical results and their interpretation have appeared in textual material such as excavation diaries technical reports journal articles and books In this early phase we will link text from 20 years of technical reports to the buildings spaces and areas they concern and experimentally visualize the dynamic topic content of those texts and diary entries Interactive Scholarly Works The RDF OWL graph structure can better support not only Interactive Search but interactive scholarly works that model some subset of the data to develop and present theoretical constructs and findings Our first stab at

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