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Using Google My Maps: The Benefits for Digital Humanities

Google My Maps is a basic mapping software that can easily be used to accomplish lots of common digital humanities goals and analyze in useful…

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Twine: Telling stories

Twine is a simple platform, made to be easy to navigate and user-friendly. It is known to be an interactive game making tool based on…

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How to Use ZotPress

We got introduced to Zotpress during class to help us create bibliographies on our wordpress webpage. Zotero is a powerful tool that can help us…

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Mapping with Timescape

Timescape is an online tool that allows a user to create a timeline which is then presented in a map-based format. As the timeline is…

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Google Apps Script

Experience a whole new level of what Google’s tools can do! This tutorial serves as an introduction to useful applications of Google Apps Script in Google Sheets, such as auto-sorting and extracting specific subsets of data.

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How to Geo-code Maps in Map Warper and Import to ArcGIS

Map Warper is a map-warping (geo-rectifying) service website. It is an open and free resource online. When I am working on my final project that…

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Data Visualization Made Easy with Tableau

So you have a bunch of data, but you’re not sure what it all means. One approach would be to import the dataset into Excel…

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Map A List Tutorial

What is Map A List and how is it helpful? Map A List is a program that works with GoogleMaps to plot location points from…

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OCR With Python

Transcription is a common and tedious task in Digital Humanities research. This usually means the researchers need to spend countless hours deciphering (sometimes very tricky)…

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Text Sentiment with R

Artificial intelligence is a vital tool in the DH community. R Studio’s Text Sentiment analysis is a great tool to help academics analyze historical documents…

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