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I’ve gotten a couple e-mails this week from people asking advice about what sort of computers they should buy for digital …

Practically everyone in Digital Humanities has been posting increasingly epistemological reflections on Matt Jockers’ Syuzhet …

Just some quick FAQs on myprofessor evaluations visualization: adding new ones to the front, so start with 1 if you want the important …

I promised Matt Jockers I’d put together a slightly longer explanation of the weird constraints I’ve imposed on myself for …

Just a quick follow-up to my post from last month on using Markdown for writing lectures. The github repository for implementing this …

I’ve been thinking a little more about how to work with the topic modeling extension I recently built for bookworm. (I’m …

I’ve been seeing how deeply we could integrate topic models into the underlying Bookworm architecture a bit lately. My own chief …

This is a post about several different things, but maybe it’s got something for everyone. It starts with 1) some thoughts on why …

Like many technically inclined historians (for instance, Caleb McDaniel, Jason Heppler, and Lincoln Mullen) I find that I’ve …

I thought it would be worth documenting the difficulty (or lack of) in building a Bookworm on a small corpus: I’ve been reading …