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Approaching Humanities Questions Using Slow Visual Search Interfaces
In this paper we discuss a visual search system that was designed and implemented for humanities scholars to ask questions of large document corpora. The system allows searches to be specified through traditional search, ...
Visualization, Digital Humanities, and the Problem of Instrumentalism
In this paper we present the concept of “slow analytics” that attempts to ridge the gap between humanities tasks and visualization. Often within Technological disciplines the pursuit of speed and efficiency are paramount. ...
Visualization and the Digital Humanities: Moving Toward Stronger Collaborations
For the past two years, researchers from the visualization community and the digital humanities have come together at the IEEE VIS conference to discuss how both disciplines can work together to push research goals in their ...
Textension: Digitally Augmenting Document Spaces in Analog Texts
In this paper, we present a system that automatically adds visualizations and natural language processing applications to analog texts, using any web-based device with a camera. After taking a picture of a particular page ...