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Notes from Digital Humanities 2012 conference in Hamburg, Germany

2012

DH2012: LP25, July 20 - multimodal analysis, affect in images, and aural analysis of text

Presentations on an approach for multi-modal analysis to compare text, video and subtitles for different representations of the same story; automated analysi...

DH2012: LP 28, July 20 - Email Archives, Recognizing Thought and Speech Representation, and Author Analysis

A tool to work with email archives, and two papers on text analysis.

DH2012: Topic Modeling the Past

Panel session on Topic Modeling with Travis Brown, David Mimno, and Robert Nelson.

DH2012: LP 20, July 19 - image networks, information extraction for historical research, and cultural complexity

An analysis of the user and image networks of deviantART, a report on named-entity extraction reliability for historical data from messy texts, and an attemp...

DH2012: LP18, July 19 - 3D Poetry, Recovering Digital Canon, and Code Camps

This was an odd mix of presentations (at least, I couldn’t find any common theme), but fortunately for me I was interested in all three of them: an experimen...

DH2012: LP15, July 19 - 3D Archeology, Ptolemy's geography, and Neatline

A session on three different geographical or otherwise map-related projects: applying 3D technologies to archaeology, investigating the precision of Ptolemy’...

DH2012: LP10, July 19 - Culpeper title pages, Dickens and "random forests", and visualizing a literary genome

This was a diverse session– from detailed visual analysis of title pages in 17th century medical texts, to the failure of traditional keyword analysis method...

DH2012: LP07, July 18 - visualizing poetry, the English language, and vocabulary in genre over time

This session included three very different approaches to visualizing aspects of English language and literature - a visualization tool for poetry, surprising...

DH2012: LP05, July 18 (authorship studies)

This session consisted of three different papers relating in some way or other to authorship attribution or verification; the first looked at the technique o...

DH2012: Text Analysis meets Text Encoding

This session was a panel with four speakers - two from the text encoding “team” and two from the analytics “team”; each of them spoke briefly and then there ...

DH2012: NeDiMaH workshop on ontology based annotation (pre-conference)

This session was billed as a workshop, but was really a series of presentations - sort of a mixed bag of things relating to annotation, ontologies, etc, as R...

DH2012: Free Your Metadata tutorial (pre-conference)

I enjoyed this tutorial from the Free Your Metadata group. This session was an actual, valuable workshop on using Google Refine to clean and refine metadata...

DH2012: CATMA/CLÉA workshop (pre-conference)

CLÉA is version 4 of CATMA (which stands for Computer Aided Textual Markup & Analysis); they are transitioning from a desktop application to a web-based ...