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histoGraph live demo + network teaching + Connect! workshop in Turku, Finland

Düring, Marten (10 nov. 2015)

Following an invitation by my colleage Kimmo Elo, a contemporary historian and social scientist with an interest in network analysis and text analysis, I went to meet members of Turku's DH community, taught an introductory workshop on network data extraction and visualization and gave the first ...

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Text Encoding Initiative, Conference and Members’ Meeting 2015, October 28-31, Lyon, France

Armaselu, Florentina (5 nov. 2015)

The theme of this year’s TEI Conference was “Connect. Animate. Innovate” focusing on the idea of continuous innovation, interaction and sharing within the TEI and, at a larger scale, the Digital Humanities community. The variety of topics and approaches presented at the parallel papers and ...

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Towards an XML-TEI Edition of Diplomatic Documents – Part 2. EVT Visualisation

Armaselu, Florentina (16 juil. 2015)

One of the most common formats in digital documentary editions is the side-by-side layout (Pierazzo, 2014). It allows us to compare a digital facsimile with the transcription of the original document, a potentially useful feature for researchers interested in the “evidentiary value” (Kline and ...

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DH Lab at DH Benelux

Jones, Catherine (18 juin 2015)

On 8–9 June 2015, the Digital Humanities Lab at the CVCE was very happy to participate in the second DH Benelux Conference hosted by the University of Antwerp.  See the presentations below. We contributed a total of four paper presentations and one poster describing our work. Dr Catherine (Kate) ...

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Digital Humanities LAB at CVCE - why we have a blog

Jones, Catherine (11 août 2014)

The Digital Humanities lab at the CVCE is an interdisciplinary team, whose goal is to participate in the development of the CVCE's innovative research infrastructure for European integration studies. This blog will provide the DHLab with a forum for the exchange of information and ideas associated ...

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#CitizenHums : My thoughts on the 2 day event

Jones, Catherine (21 sept. 2015)

From the periphery, I have always been interested in crowdsourcing and have often thought that it would be an interesting way to extend the www.bombsight.org apps that I developed back in 2012,.ie would it be useful for the public to engage in the crowd collection, co-curation of memories, ...

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Making histoGraph open source

Jones, Catherine (15 juil. 2015)

As many of you already know, histoGraph is a web platform designed to help researchers to explore large multimedia archives akin to what we have here at the CVCE. The histoGraph tool has two main goals: To enable users to find and identify the most relevant documents for research To discover ...

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Towards an XML-TEI Edition of Diplomatic Documents - Part 1. The Fine-tuning Challenge

Armaselu, Florentina (3 avr. 2015)

The project is part of a larger CVCE research project on the diplomacy within Western European Union (WEU). The corpus includes a selection of bilingual institutional documents (French, English) on the production and standardisation of armaments (1954 to 1982) from the Archives Nationales de ...

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Should I do Social Network Analysis?

Düring, Marten (29 juin 2015)

Network theories and methods have recently gained wide-spread attention. Graph visualizations look great and will easily grab the attention of any audience. However for those who are new to the field, there is a steep learning curve. Novices need to learn to master a variety of skills starting from ...

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DHBenelux, June 8-10, 2016, Belval, Luxembourg

Armaselu, Florentina (16 juin 2016)

This year, the DHBenelux Conference took place on the Belval campus in Luxembourg, an amalgam of futuristic and industrial scenery and of technology-based supplies from writing on the walls to automatic book scanning. The pre-conference workshop I attended on day 1, Exploring Old Maps, brought into ...

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