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Digital Humanities

A resource guide for learning about and starting projects in the Digital Humanities

Tools, Techniques, and Tutorials

Programming Historian

A wealth of tutorials for many types of digital humanities techniques.

Miriam Posner's Introduction to Network Analysis
Python vs. R: What's the Difference?

Alan Liu's DH Toychest

A wiki of tools for use by humanities scholars who may not have programming skills but are technically literate. The list of tools is in the sidebar on the right hand side of the page.

Voyant Tools

A suite of tools for text analysis of large corpora.

Voyant Tools Documentation

The Programming Historian

A library of tutorials for using digital projects.

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