Resources for the Network Analysis Workshop: Alabama Digital Humanities Center, October 28th, 2015

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The Alabama Digital Humanities Center, https://www.lib.ua.edu/using-the-library/digital-humanities-center/, October 2015 (Photo: Alison Langmead)

 

Resources for the Network Analysis Workshop: Alabama Digital Humanities Center, October 28th, 2015

For a general introduction to network analysis, start with Scott Weingart's work here: 

Second, see Elisa Beshero-Bondar on her own applications of this material, and secondly a glossary of hers:

If you'd like a bit more background on XML, might I suggest yet a third of my colleagues (!), David Birnbaum:

On the visualization of networks, you can consult apost by Elijah Meeks to start (he jumps right in, though):

Tools for Playtime:

A Few Topics to Consider (i.e. if you can describewhat these are by the end of the workshop, I'll have gotten somewhere!):

  1. Degree
  2. "The Centralities"
  3. Co-Citation Networks
  4. How GIS and Network Analysis require somewhat similar mindsets...

And, for reference, here are a few projects that are currently discussing issues surrounding network ontologies in the Early Modern World:

Categories: 
  • Visual Knowledge
  • Faculty Work
  • VMW