There are 35 repositories under digital-humanities topic.
BookNLP, a natural language processing pipeline for books
Jekyll-based static site for The Programming Historian
Natural language processing pipeline for book-length documents (archival Java version; for current Python version, see: https://github.com/booknlp/booknlp)
Interpretable data visualizations for understanding how texts differ at the word level
Introduction to Cultural Analytics & Python, course website and online textbook powered by Jupyter Book
A full-stack publishing solution involving different technologies to power digital archives
Jekyll based framework for minimal exhibitions with IIIF 🐝
Find primary sources online and learn how to research history digitally.
The Archives Unleashed Toolkit is an open-source toolkit for analyzing web archives.
A point-and-click tool for creating and analyzing topic models produced by MALLET.
Distant Viewing Toolkit for the Analysis of Visual Culture
Jekyll plugin for generating Markdown collection pages from CSV/YAML/JSON records 🧙📖
Edition Visualization Technology 2 - development
Computer Assisted Text Markup and Analysis
A Python library for topic modeling and visualization
A Game Development Toolkit for Historians
Python 3 library for processing historical English
Data from "Hamilton: An American Musical", formatted for reuse. See below for some interesting text analysis basic findings! I am not throwing away my stopword?
Explore your own text collection with a topic model – without prior knowledge.
Topic Words in Context (TWiC) is a highly-interactive, browser-based visualization for MALLET topic models
A textual corpus database for the digital humanities.
Grateful Data isn't programming code, but an online tutorial about data acquisition, cleaning and enriching, using publicly accessible data on the band the Grateful Dead as examples. Read the Wiki to find out how to use the sample data.
A curated list of ontologies for Digital Humanities
GLAMkit is a next-generation Python CMS by the Interaction Consortium, designed especially for the cultural sector.
Computational Thinking for Social Scientists book project
Software for humanities scholars using quantitative or computational methods.
This research seeks to examine best practice in the field of digital editions by collating relevant evidence in a detailed catalogue of extant digital projects.
A set of add-ons for the Omeka content management system, designed specifically for location-based narrative content, and compatible with (optional) paid Curatescape mobile applications.
A collection of the work of Edward Estlin Cummings, as it enters the public domain.
A digital humanities operating system that runs on a USB disk.
The GitHub repository containing all the material related to the Computational Thinking and Programming course of the Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge degree at the University of Bologna (a.a. 2018/2019).
[MOVED to Codeberg] Web application designed to perform digital humanities research tasks on a database of journal articles
Fast and Versatile Alignments for Python
Lili Elbe Digital Archive practicum - learning markup via an engaged markdown community. Visit our wiki!