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Quick Tour of Selected Digital Humanities Tools

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Transcript of Quick Tour of Selected Digital Humanities Tools

Quick Tour of Selected
Digital Humanities Tools
Voyant Tools is a web-based suite of analysis and exploration tools for digital texts that produces:
TAPoR
The TAPoR Portal is an online environment where users can:

Keep track of texts they want to study
Learn about different tools and try them
Run tools on texts to analyze them in different ways
Find recipes for specific kinds of analysis
LORE
an extension for the Firefox web browser
gather and annotate web resources
organise and tag them
describe links between them and make notes
publish the information that scholars have assembled as compound objects
communicate the information using automatically generated documents, slideshows and diagrams
DiRT:
Voyant
Scalar
Born-digital, open source, media-rich scholarly publishing that’s as easy as blogging.
Voyant
TAPoR
Literature Object Re-use and Exchange
FIND tools
DISCOVER
COLLECT
Omeka
PUBLISH
CURATE
EXPLORE
Preserve
TRANSCRIPTION
Transcribe Bentham
a repository of information
on digital research tools
+ analyze data & texts
+ manage bibliographic resources
+ transcribe manuscripts
+ annotate texts, images, & video
+ create visualizations
+ take notes, get organized
+ publish digitally
Find software that can help you:
free and opensource
user friendly
collect content in any format
publish essays
create exhibits
customize with themes
syndicate site content with RSS and Atom feeds
extend functionality with plug-ins
web-publishing platform
term frequencies
vocabulary density
distinctive word lists
micro-graphs of term distribution
keyword in context lists
Begin exploring your texts
TAPoR was developed with support from the Canada Foundation for Innovation.
Text Analysis Portal for Research
DiRT
Omeka
LORE
Scalar
A project of the Alliance for Networking Visual Culture (ANVC)
in association with Vectors, IML, and CTS and
with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
open source authoring and publishing platform
born-digital scholarship
assemble media from multiple sources
built-in reading interface tools to structure essay and book-length works
nested, recursive, and non-linear formats
supports collaborative authoring and reader commentary
semantic web authoring tools
BE INSPIRED
CROWDSOURCING
GEO-MAPPING
VISUALIZATION
Digital Thoreau
Prepared by Jody Perkins
Center for Digital Scholarship
Miami University Libraries
April 18, 2013
A collaborative project by
Stéfan Sinclair (McGill University) and
Geoffrey Rockwell (University of Alberta)
Omeka is a project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University.
Part of Project Bamboo, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Funded by the Australian National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy and the
University of Queensland
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