When I write posts about Digital Humanities, be that here or in my blog in Russian, I tend to talk … Continue reading Can we really trust Digital Humanities?￼
The Algerian Scientific Journals Platform (ASJP) is an electronic publishing platform developed and managed by the Research Center for Scientific and Technical Information (CERIST) of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria. Continue reading Decolonize University-Based Journals
I believe that I am not the only person who often ends up having multiple tabs open on my browser … Continue reading A Solution for the Mess of Online Bookmarking?
When conducting research on documents pertaining to the Ashio Copper Mine Incident at Sano City Museum in late 2020, I … Continue reading How about a copy stand?
This week’s guest contribution was organized by our Editor for Northeast African Studies, So Miyagawa, and was written by Lance … Continue reading An Introduction to Coptic Scriptorium
Following my first post for the Digital Orientalist on the topic of OpenRefine, in this post I would like to share … Continue reading Data Cleaning Chinese Text with OpenRefine: Sentence Filtering
It’s no secret that the South Korean government has invested heavily in digitizing and making available a large amount of … Continue reading NRICH: An extensive online resource for Korean cultural heritage
The Three Levels of Digital Humanities I wish to sketch out a general framework that should make it easier to … Continue reading How to level up in DH
Synopses represent an important and user-friendly tool for the comparison of versions of biblical texts. Whether for deepening one’s own … Continue reading Easily Creating Synopses for Biblical Languages in Different Directions
This week we publish the second part of “A Study on the Accuracy of Low-cost User-friendly OCR Systems for Arabic” … Continue reading A Study on the Accuracy of Low-cost User-friendly OCR Systems for Arabic: Part 2