In the day-to-day activities of being a digital humanist, I end producing a lot of miniature projects.

Most of them I write up on a blog somewhere, but a few are more stand-alone endeavors with their own site. If you’re interested in this, you might also want to look at my maps and visualizations gallery.

Here are some of them, arranged roughly by size and recency. Some of these are big, some are little, and most are open-source.

Prochronisms: Exploring language dynamics by tracking anachronisms.

Bookworm: Multifaceted ways of viewing libraries as data. (With members of the Rice Cultural Observatory and previously, the Cultural Observatory @ Harvard). More info at the link.

Changing Degrees: Tracing higher education history through the degrees that were awarded.

Coverspace: Dynamic in-browser interfaces to historical images.