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Gods, Graves and Graphs

Elwert, Frederik (9 juil. 2014)

Das Projekt SeNeReKo ist ein gemeinsames Forschungsvorhaben des Centrums für Religionswissenschaftliche Studien (CERES) an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum und des Trier Center for Digital Humanities (TCDH). In der Zusammenarbeit von Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften einerseits und Informatik ...

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Egyptology and digital humanities – does it fit together or do we open Pandora’s box?

sgerhards (26 sept. 2014)

Most people have a romantic and movie inspired view of an Egyptologist: he is masculine, between 40 and 60 years old, good looking and wears his best corduroy suit. Just like Harrison Ford in the Indiana Jones movies. When I worked for an exhibition of the pharaoh Tutankhamen, where I guided the ...

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HNR Workshop 2015 in Bochum – a review

mfirlej (22 mai 2015)

Several visualisations from the HNR Workshop 2015 “To mine and to tie – Text mining and network analysis for historians” This was the title of the 9th Historical Network Research Workshop, which took place at Ruhr-University Bochum, organized by the SeNeReKo team. More than 40 participants to ...

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Text networks, part three: Dependency networks

Elwert, Frederik (13 juil. 2015)

This post is part of a series of posts about text network analysis. Each post will discuss one approach to algorithmically creating networks from texts. See the primer for an introduction and the list of posts. In the previous post, we introduced the basics of text-network analysis using the example ...

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How Else to Create Lemmatized Text for Topic Modeling

Elwert, Frederik (13 juil. 2014)

Here it is at last, the first post in the new blog for the SeNeReKo project. On this blog, we will write about aspects of our work, ongoing experiments and lessons learned. Our work heavily builds on the work of others, and we hope it will be of use beyond our project as well. That is why I want to ...

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Gods, Graves and Graphs – About the Project (in English)

mfirlej (23 nov. 2014)

Not all of our readers know our homepage at the CERES institute at Ruhr University Bochum – which is available in English in large parts – and not all know the German language. Therefore, we give you a short introduction in English to what the SeNeReKo Project is about. (The German version was ...

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How to implement multi-transliteration efficiently

jknauth (20 août 2014)

It is nothing new that we process Pali data in our project SeNeReKo. As Pali has no own writing system these texts originally have been written in devanagari, singhalese and burmese script. Nowadays we use a latin based script with diacritica, the so called Rhys-Davids transliteration. (See ...

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Genre Trouble - About the problem of using modern day literary terms on Egyptian texts

awinkler (27 mai 2015)

Part of working with textual data is the classification of the text in question in some way or another. Now, there are many different ways of classifying a text: epoch, school of thought or authorship are only a few examples. This article will deal with genres or rather with the questions and ...

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Text networks, part two: Co-occurrence networks

Elwert, Frederik (14 mai 2015)

This post is part of a series of posts about text network analysis. Each post will discuss one approach to algorithmically creating networks from texts. See the primer for an introduction and the list of posts. Recalling the networks 101, a network in its formal representation consists of nodes, ...

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Text networks, part one: Primer

Elwert, Frederik (3 mai 2015)

This post is part of a series of posts about text network analysis. Each post will discuss one approach to algorithmically creating networks from texts. Historical network analysis—or, more generally, network analysis in the digital humanities—is in most cases an application of Social Network ...

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