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Author Archives: Roxanne Shirazi

About Roxanne Shirazi

Roxanne Shirazi is the Dissertation Research Librarian at the Graduate Center Library.

Decoding Networks

I’ll preface this post by saying that even after reading Manuel Lima’s immensely readable chapter introducing networks in Visual Complexity, I am not entirely certain that I understand the purpose of most network visualizations. On second thought, perhaps I don’t … Continue reading

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#cunydh12 RT @nypl_labs: RT @iridium: 30 Places to Find Open Data on the Web | Visual.ly Blog http://t.co/S1Wg2fmO via @Visually

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MT @archivesnext: Two meanings of "archival silences" http://t.co/1mChPdXC [call for archival voices in #dh discussions] #cunydh12

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Playing with Tools for Text (Part II)

I found a tool that sounds like it would be suited to a project comparing a novel and its screenplay adaptation (it is, of course, far more complicated than this assignment allows).  The tool is called PAIR: Pairwise Alignment for … Continue reading

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Playing with Tools for Text

Our assignment this week was to play with some text mining tools and to try blogging our ventures “in progress.”  After taking a look at some of the tools, I wondered if any might be used to compare the text … Continue reading

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Nice overview for #cunydh12 RT @ndiipp: Becoming Digital, Or, What Comes Before The Preservation? http://t.co/rqerC6b8 (via @RBMSinfo)

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Citizen archivists

I find the pairing of these two projects useful in that they represent both ends of the spectrum of digital archives; “What’s on the Menu” is a digitized collection, and the September 11 Digital Archive is comprised primarily of born … Continue reading

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Computational humanities vs. #digitalhumanities by @manovich http://t.co/Yh4fLXXo #cunydh12

Computational humanities vs. #digitalhumanities by @manovich http://t.co/Yh4fLXXo #cunydh12 Continue reading

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May be of interest: Tooling Up for Digital Humanities | Spacial Analysis http://t.co/lPk6vbed #cunydh12

May be of interest: Tooling Up for Digital Humanities | Spacial Analysis http://t.co/lPk6vbed #cunydh12 Continue reading

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My beginner’s take on the @tweetMETRO Feb. 23rd #lodlam event and #digitalhumanities: http://t.co/MNTsc2Wp #cunydh12 cc: @nypl_labs

My beginner’s take on the @tweetMETRO Feb. 23rd #lodlam event and #digitalhumanities: http://t.co/MNTsc2Wp #cunydh12 cc: @nypl_labs Continue reading

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