1. Introduction to OpenRefine


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    This video was created for a Digital Humanities course at Pratt Institute's School of Information and is an introduction to OpenRefine, an open source data cleaning and manipulation software.…

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    • CIVILISATION 2.0 : Sociologie du web et intelligence collective // IONISX et Jean-Edouard André


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      La nouvelle version de « Sociologie du web : Civilisation 2.0 et intelligence collective » est arrivée sur IonisX.. C'est un cours de Digital humanities qui montre le web différemment,…

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      • DHAsia @ Stanford Presents | A Macroanalysis of Modern Japanese and Chinese Texts, by Richard Jean So and Hoyt Long


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        This talk demonstrates how large-scale text analysis can provide new evidence for old questions in the cultural historiography of modern Japan and China. Namely, the question of how exposure to Western…

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        • Narrative as Interface: Digital Media and Pedagogy


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          A presentation of some of the work I have conducted in HUMlab, a digital humanities computing lab and studio at Umeå University in Sweden. The projects were conducted in relation to the ongoing…

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          • Digital Tool Shed: Coming this fall!


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            In less than two years, the Claremont Colleges Library has become the consortial heart of digital humanities and digital scholarship on the Claremont Colleges campus. To further the exciting work…

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            • DHAsia presents | Digital Research into the Authorship of the Jin Ping Mei, by Paul Vierthaler


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              Paul Vierthaler shares his research into using computer-aided authorship detection methodologies to offer insight into the authorship of the late Ming novel the Jin Ping Mei 金瓶梅 (Plum in the Golden…

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              • Places Where Prefects in 1210 to 1219 Held Prefectural Governorships during Their Entire Careers


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                Each frame shows the careers of one official; The blue square in each frame indicates the place of origin of the official, if known; The red dots in each framework indicates the places the official…

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                • Making it public: a more public humanities by co-evolving the digital humanities center & university press


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                  A 60-second video about our Knight News Challenge proposal: co-evolving the digital humanities center and university press towards a sustainable workflow for libraries making all kinds of humanities…

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