Introduces various aspects of digital history, from examples of projects, information about technologies, exploration of copyright issues, and long-term access to digital history projects. Also available online.
Describes and demonstrates the ways Big Data can be explored to construct cultural heritage knowledge, for research and in teaching and learning. The companion website includes the full text of the final draft of the book, a discussion forum, and data files. See More Info.
"A look at the language of presidential inaugural addresses. The most-used words in each address appear in the interactive chart below, sized by number of uses. Words highlighted in yellow were used significantly more in this inaugural address than average."
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