(Quantitative) literary history and sociology of literature 🦉
Mid-Range Reading: Manifesto Edition
Panel at DH2018. Wonderful references section. Participants: Grant Wythoff (email@example.com), Pennsylvania State University, United States of America y Alison Booth (firstname.lastname@example.org), University of Virginia, United States of America y Sarah Allison (email@example.com), Loyola University New Orleans, United States of America y Daniel Shore (Daniel.Shore@georgetown.edu), Georgetown University, United States of America
Thwarting Tech Giants
Block traffic to tech giants at the router level. "Streamlined version of the tech in the Goodbye Big Five Series gizmodo.com/c/goodbye-big-five"
Data analysis and Bayesian statistics ⚽
Evaluating the replicability of social science experiments in Nature and Science between 2010 and 2015
"Replicability varies between 12 (57%) and 14 (67%) studies for complementary replicability indicators. Consistent with these results, the estimated true-positive rate is 67% in a Bayesian analysis."
Information and Geisteswissenschaften 🏺
Where Historians Work: An Interactive Database of History PhD Career Outcomes
"Where Historians Work is an interactive, online database that catalogues the career outcomes of the 8,523 historians who earned PhDs at U.S. universities from 2004 and 2013."
Articles from blogs I follow around the net
FOSS wins again: Free and Open Source Communities comes through on 19th Century Newspapers (and Books and Periodicals…)
I have never been more encouraged and thankful to Free and Open Source communities. Three months ago I posted a request for help with OCR’ing and processing 19th Century Newspapers and we got soooo many offers to help. Thank you, that was heart warming a…via Internet Archive Blogs November 23, 2020
One of the goals of a new World Wide Web: the Decentralized Web was to help people make money by publishing on the web. There are approaches to this such as Coil, but the vision in the paper has not … Continue reading →via Brewster Kahle's Blog November 16, 2020
Virtually anyone working with XML files in the context of the Digital Humanities, and especially in the context of scholarly digital editing, knows the oXygen XML editor. It is mature and packed with useful features, and yet every new version brings even …via The Dragonfly's Gaze March 28, 2020
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