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The Digital Humanities Toolbox

Digital humanities is a research area applying computational tools to research and teaching in the humanities and social sciences. This includes a wide array of possible methods, including geospatial analysis, digital archives, content management, textual analysis, machine learning, data management, network analysis, and many more. The Digital Humanities Toolbox provides a set of basic resources to help researchers at Purdue University explore and develop their own DH projects.

The Digital Humanities Toolbox was funded by a grant from the Integrative Data Science Education Ecosystem at Purdue University.

The project team:
Dr. Matthew Hannah, Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities, Libraries and School of Information Studies, Purdue University.
Brandon Kerns, System Admin, College of Liberal Arts Information Technology, Purdue University.
Ben Lamb, Project Developer, College of Liberal Arts Marketing and Communications, Purdue University.
Ryan Martin, Project Lead, College of Liberal Arts Information Technology, Purdue University.

 

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