Category Archives: Coding

Review of The Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies

The book The Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies provides an excellent introduction into DH for students and scholars. Read in this review per chapter what the book is about and if it is worth your time picking up.

Review of The Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies

The book The Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies provides an excellent introduction into DH for students and scholars. Read in this review per chapter what the book is about and if it is worth your time picking up.

Tackling Poetry with Python

Poetry is among the best kind of texts to be manipulated with a programming language. Most of that work lies in defining clearly what result you wish to get, and preparing the raw data, about which I want to share

Tackling Poetry with Python

Poetry is among the best kind of texts to be manipulated with a programming language. Most of that work lies in defining clearly what result you wish to get, and preparing the raw data, about which I want to share

What to do with “Digital Humanities”?

DH is a buzzword that many are not sure what to do about. It is in general agreed upon, by hiring and funding committees, that it is ‘important’. But what about a scholar or student like you and me? The

What to do with “Digital Humanities”?

DH is a buzzword that many are not sure what to do about. It is in general agreed upon, by hiring and funding committees, that it is ‘important’. But what about a scholar or student like you and me? The

Deconstructing the Kashf al-ẓunūn with Python, part 1

I am using the programming language called Python to make sense of Ḥajjī Khalīfa’s famous bibliographical work Kashf al-ẓunūn. I had been looking at Python as a suitable tool for Digital Humanities projects for a while, and with the article “Find

Deconstructing the Kashf al-ẓunūn with Python, part 1

I am using the programming language called Python to make sense of Ḥajjī Khalīfa’s famous bibliographical work Kashf al-ẓunūn. I had been looking at Python as a suitable tool for Digital Humanities projects for a while, and with the article “Find