Monthly Archives: February 2018

Mining Data

For science and math, I get data mining.  It makes perfect sense, since it can be completely objective and the edges are pretty square.  I even do a little of it myself in researching baseball stuff.  It also makes sense … Continue reading

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Gripping Agrippa

In the midst of this week’s discussion of markup, including TEI, XML, HTML, and more, the thing which has struck my imagination most is Agrippa (A Book of the Dead).  Nominally a 1992 art project between artist Dennis Ashbaugh, author … Continue reading

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Data Models and Print Records

This week’s reading is split up between data models and the future of the print record.  Studying data models is might be important for computer scientists, but for the rest of us, even if we’re invested in DH, it seems … Continue reading

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When Courses Collide

The class I’m taking in addition to Digital Humanities is Global Shakespeares.  The details of the Shakespeare class (which is great so far) are less important than the fact that one of the things we’re studying this week is Shakespeare … Continue reading

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