New DISSINET research associate
Tomáš Diviák joins the DISSINET team.
The DISSINET team has recently been busy creating a digital map which shows the places of origin of Lollards based on their trial records.
Would you like to learn more about digital humanities techniques focused on premodern sources? Participate in our workshop with several members of the Dissident Network Project and guests. The event is part of 100th anniversary of the Faculty of Arts and will be streamed on Zoom.
The project of computational historiography needs not only to adopt the modelling for representing the target phenomena but also to achieve a complex representation of the textual sources and its interpretive layers. To do the latter, we have developed an approach that we call “source modelling”.
Historical Geocoding Assistant gains visibility through a publication in SoftwareX.
The Dissident Networks Project (DISSINET) seeks a short-term research assistant with competence in Latin language and in historical research.
BLOG: When visualizing networks, a graph displaying this data as nodes connected with ties is definitely the first choice. However, this visualization often comes with significant disadvantages and should not be considered as the norm without considering other alternatives.