Post Tagged with: "digital humanities"

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HyperPo :: Digital Text Reading Environment

11. Απριλίου 2008, Author: Notis Toufexis

HyperPo :: Digital Text Reading Environment This is a site that earned my «wow”: interactive text analysis on the server, great visualization, fantastic for teaching and research. Impressed!

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Concordancers and alternatives for MacOs X

11. Απριλίου 2008, Author: Notis Toufexis

In my present job I am heavily involved with language description: reading through loads of texts, identifying interesting linguistic features, storing them in a custom-build database. That’s good for some phenomena that you can not easily identify with other means; sometimes you just have to use the computer and scan a large amount of texts […]

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Building content

17. Φεβρουαρίου 2008, Author: Notis Toufexis

A one-hour lecture about «Digital Humanities”, part of the CHUCOL course at the

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Digital Humanities

17. Φεβρουαρίου 2008, Author: Notis Toufexis

A one-hour lecture about «Digital Humanities”, part of the CHUCOL course at the

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Computer-assisted data analysis in the Humanities

13. Φεβρουαρίου 2008, Author: Notis Toufexis

A one-hour lecture about «Digital Humanities”, part of the CHUCOL course at the

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Neither Ancient, nor Modern: Challenges for the creation of a Digital Infrastructure for Medieval Greek

31. Ιανουαρίου 2008, Author: Notis Toufexis

Epistemic Networks and GRID + Web 2.0 for Arts and Humanities 30-31 January 2008 • Imperial College Internet Centre • Imperial College London You can download a PDF-file here with the slides of this presentation

δημοσιεύσεις, Talks

One era’s nonsense, 
another’s norm.
Diachronic study of Greek 
and the computer

13. Απριλίου 2007, Author: Notis Toufexis

Classics Association Conference 2007, Birmingham Panel Digital Classicist 2, 13 April 2007 You can find the slides of my presentation here.

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Web 2.0

6. Φεβρουαρίου 2007, Author: Notis Toufexis

Sometimes it is difficult to explain the hype about web 2.0 etc. to students. I have seen this in techorati’s most popular videos: This is a quite brilliant introduction to «Web 2.0”, I am not sure I agree with the last sentence («change ourselves”) but this is a subject of a different post.

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Byzantine texts and databases: case studies

1. Φεβρουαρίου 2007, Author: Notis Toufexis

Panel “Technology” at the 21st International Congress of Byzantine Studies, London [08.2006] This was an overview paper about the use of databases and electronic texts in the field of Byzantine studies, in a panel organized by Michael Jeffreys. The powerpoint presentation is available as PDF-file.

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XML-based transcriptions of medieval Greek manuscripts:Balancing the needs of different end-users.

1. Ιουλίου 2006, Author: Notis Toufexis

Digital Classicist Work in progress seminar, Institute for Classical studies, London [07.2006] This was a paper for a seminar series of Digital Classicist. It was meant for publication for a special issue of the Digital Medievalist but was unfortunately never completed. The manuscript in question is discussed also on my talk on the Thematoepistolae. The […]