Monthly Archives: June 2012

Visualizations and Pedagogy

One of the questions I that I feel has been lurking at the back of my mind over the course of this project, but that hasn’t really gotten much screentime, is that of pedagogy. I’ve thought about how visualizations inform

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Moving

As the title might suggest, this is more a post about why I haven’t had anything to say recently rather than about saying anything interesting. In lieu of that, I will provide photos. So, on Sunday, we (meaning me and

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#DHSI2012

For the past five days, I’ve been at Nerd Camp for Adults in Victoria. Except we call it DHSI, or the Digital Humanities Summer Institute. This year it consists of 420 academics in different stages of their careers–M.A.s, Ph.D.s and

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The Social Network (of Daniel Deronda)

Since this project’s beginning, I had toyed with the idea of doing a social network graph that would look at the relationships between all the characters in the novel. I was aware that this would be a substantially larger undertaking

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Back to Textual Basics

As Claire mentioned, I do have a post coming up about network graphs. And, I should note, I ended up with more static images from that experiment than from all the other experiments I performed combined. There’s something about networking

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