For those interested in joining the conversation begun by the NEH Institute on Networks and Networking in the Humanities, there is now a mailing list and it is open to those willing to sign up for it and get messages in their inbox. (I have to say, however, that I have not been getting e-mails.) [...]
Posts Tagged ‘nethums’
The NEH Institute on Networks and Networking in the Humanities opened with a multi-day salvo aimed at getting participants to think about the importance of visualization. Journalist David McCandless in the embedded TED Talk below, makes a case for how visualization is one form of analysis:
A year and a half ago the New York Times had a nice write-up on R that still serves as an introduction to the software/programming language. I know, I know. I am beginning to speak a different language. I blame it all on Tangherlini.
One of the applications to which we were introduced at the NEH Institute on Networks and Networking in the Humanities — which goes by the hash tag nethums by the way — was a Carnegie-Mellon application called ORA. It and its companion application, AutoMap, are very useful tools for network analysis and visualization. My difficulty [...]