Editors' Choice: Force-Directed Graph in VR

By: Zach Kinstner

I recently released the v2.0-alpha version of Hover UI Kit, which is a tool for building VR/AR user interfaces. Of course, as an “alpha” release, there are bound to be bugs and other issues. The best way to test out a tool is to actually use it… which leads to today’s development update. The video below…

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Editors' Choice: Truthy Lies and Surreal Truths, A Plea for Critical Digital Literacies

By: Kris Shaffer

Misinformation abounds. This has always been the case, but the problem has become acute in the age of digital communication. As Mike Caulfield and Zeynep Tufekci have been showing in the week following the 2016 US presidential election, Facebook is particularly susceptible to this problem. Of course, Facebook is not alone. The ease with which…

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Editors' Choice: Maps and Mining

By: Mica Jorgenson

This month I've been busy working on two projects related to my Mining & Historical GIS work. Learning how to use ArcMap tools (I focused on XY to Line) to make flow maps. Getting my data (both existing and forthcoming) out of ArcMap and into a more accessible form. Read full post here.

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A visualization map of the world.

Editors' Choice: Digital Texts and the Humanities, Innovative Collaboration and Publishing

By: Cristen Fitzpatrick

The Commons Open Repository Exchange (CORE) by MLA Commons offers open access to various articles and resources across the humanities. CORE allows scholars to publish and archive their work, while receiving feedback from MLA members.This is just one example of online publishing platforms that are becoming more and more common in the humanities. Read full…

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