Blog Archives

Visualization Workshop

Posted in Talks, Visualization

We’re running a short series of Workshops on Visualization for Humanities Scholars this week at McGill. This page is our quick go-to-guide for the sessions, but it isn’t exhaustive by any means. On Tuesday we focused on thinking through Visualization,

Data Mining with Criminal Intent

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Cultural Archives & Curation, Projects, Tools Research, Visualization

  London’s Old Bailey was a courthouse that saw at least 197,000 trials between 1674 and 1913. The records of these trials have been preserved digitally in an archive called The Proceedings of Old Bailey, one of the world’s largest

Diva

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Audio / Visual, Projects, Visualization

   If you want to see a manuscript that is housed in Berlin and you are located in Montreal, libraries have a few ways of showing you the pages online. You can scroll through thumbnail images, go page-by-page, or download

Costuming in the Digital Age

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Past Projects, Projects, Visualization

  Upon begin asked, Catherine Bradley, McGill’s Resident Costume Designer and Wardrobe Manager, noted that the beginning of her project was rooted in the practical challenges facing modern costume design.

How to Map a novel: “Imaginary Interactions” at McGill

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Projects, Visualization

    Newly developed in fall 2012, the “Imaginary Interactions” project is the result of a collaboration between Dr. Andrew Piper of the McGill German Department and Dr. Derek Ruths of the McGill Department of Computer Science. Using a combination of