By James Harry Morris Previously I uploaded a post about an online calculator that I had created for converting the shakkanhō 尺貫法 … Continue reading Creating an Online Calculator (2): Algorithms and Code
By James Harry Morris Introduction When I was invited to become the editor of the Japan Studies content on Digital … Continue reading Creating an Online Calculator for the Conversion of Shakkanhō (Japanese) Units
In a previous post, I described the preliminary work to do automated analysis on poetry. I now describe the actual … Continue reading Tackling Poetry with Python (2)
The book The Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies provides an excellent introduction into DH for students and scholars. … Continue reading Review of The Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies
Poetry is among the best kind of texts to be manipulated with a programming language. Most of that work lies … Continue reading Tackling Poetry with Python
DH is a buzzword that many are not sure what to do about. It is in general agreed upon, by … Continue reading What to do with “Digital Humanities”?
I am using the programming language called Python to make sense of Ḥajjī Khalīfa’s famous bibliographical work Kashf al-ẓunūn. I had … Continue reading Deconstructing the Kashf al-ẓunūn with Python, part 1