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Open Source History: Making History Public http://theaahc.org The American Association for History and Computing (AAHC) 2007 Annual Conference In association with the Brown University Public Humanities Program Providence, RI April 19-21, 2007 Join the American Association for History and Computing and Brown University‚Äôs Public Humanities Program for an innovative look at how technology is allowing […]

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TAPOR XML Tools

TAPOR XML Tools: http://taporware.mcmaster.ca/~taporware/xmlTools/summarizer.shtml? TAPOR. the Text Analysis Portal for Research, has been developing text analysis tools for many years. A recent addition are xml tools, including a tool that makes a visualization of the tree structure of any xml file for which you provide a URL. You can then click/drag/explore the structure of the […]

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A wiki that lists and categorizes academic blogs: http://www.academicblogs.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

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Google Ocropus

New Google Project in the Works: http://code.google.com/p/ocropus/ ocropus open source document analysis and OCR system OCRopus is a state-of-the-art document analysis and OCR system, featuring pluggable layout analysis, pluggable character recognition, statistical natural language modeling, and multi-lingual capabilities. Background The OCRopus engine is based on two research projects: a high-performance handwriting recognizer developed in the […]

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ICT (Information and Computing technology) Guides is a new service being offered by the Arts and Humanities Data Service (AHDS) at King’s College, London. It seeks to promote the use of ICTs in research and learning through cataloging best-practice digital arts and humanities projects, along with the tools and methods they employed. The site includes […]

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N I N E S stands for a Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-century Electronic Scholarship, a scholarly organization in British and American nineteenth-century studies supported by a software development group assembling a suite of critical and editorial tools for digital scholarship. http://www.nines.org/ In NINES you can: * search and browse more than 60,000 peer-reviewed texts and […]

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