The Digital Cavendish aims to highlight digital research and scholarly projects that focus on any aspect of the life and writings of Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle (1623–73). Research may include digital images, annotations, text-mining, cultural archives, digital portfolios of manuscript and bibliographic research, etc. Ultimately, the site will grow to build a collaborative space for Cavendish scholars and students interested in the areas of literary, historical, digital, textual, bibliographic, manuscript, cultural, feminist, queer, and critical race studies, and become a space for those who wish to share their work.
A guide listing useful tools for the DH field.
A compilation of a variety of tools useful in the DH field.
A libguide compilation to a variety of tools from the DH field.
Libguide compilation of links and literature on a variety of DH topics.
Digital editions and analysis of an important corpus of 16th-century works founded on contrapuntal borrowing.
A repository of over 800 music editions of polyphonic music composed between c. 1420 and 1520, featuring tools for searching and analyzing the repertory.
Quick introduction guide offered by Johanna Drucker from UCLA on various methods and tools (data and databases, data mining, text analysis, distant reading, GIS, etc.).
Web-based reading and analysis environment for digital texts. It allows for single or comparative analyzes of texts in a quantitative and qualitative way. You can upload a PDF or past a URL of a side containing the text. The online tool does not store your data and works without subscription.
Platform for data analysis and visualization (subscription needed).