Monthly Archives: September 2015

Report: Beyond Mining Workshop

By Tessa Hausdewell The ASYMENC Beyond Methods of Mining workshop sought to address how results of digital research can be used in historical research and on how historians can best evaluate the validity of digitally mined evidence. For as Hermione Giffard pointed out in her opening remarks, the movement of the last decade towards digitising […]

On Patterns

The digital humanities is fundamentally concerned with the question of how we can take what computers and discern and translate this into meaning. The main argument for using computers in this sort of research is that computers are good with lots of data and finding patterns in it. If the humanities fundamental involves, as some […]