OpenMethods introduction to: Which DH Tools Are Actually Used in Research?

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February 12, 2020

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  • handle:  10670/1.gqirsl
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  • https://openmethods.dariah.eu/2020/02/12/which-dh-tools-are-actually-used-in-research/
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Software Gephi Geonames Stylo CollateX Solr Digital Humanities Mallet Omeka TextGrid JavaScript D3.js Research Activities digital humanities Natural Language Toolkit Voyant Tools Drupal Tools Python Exel blog line chart TXM WordPress


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Ulrike Wuttke, « OpenMethods introduction to: Which DH Tools Are Actually Used in Research? », OpenMethods: Highlighting Digital Humanities Methods and Tools, ID : 10670/1.gqirsl


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This short blog post by Laure Barbot, Frank Fischer, Yoan Moranville, and Ivan Pozdniakov from 2019 sheds some light on the old question which DH-tools are actually used in research and which are especially popular.

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