Editors' Choice: A Visualization of Influence in the History of Philosophy


By: Justin Weinberg

“I don’t know a lot about philosophy,” says Grant Louis Oliveira, a data analyst and quantitative social sciences researcher with an undergraduate degree in political science. He continues: I’d like to change that and more rigorously explore my ideas, but I find the world of philosophy a bit impenetrable, and I don’t think I’m the only…

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A Visualization of Influence in the History of Philosophy – Daily Nous

Editors' Choice: A History of Data Visualization


By: RJ Andrews

After examining the history of data visualization greats I decided to collect my learnings in the style of history’s data visualization greats. The first of these visual summaries is presented and discussed below. Read full post here.

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Editors' Choice: Yes, Digital Literacy. But Which One?


By: Mike Caulfield

One of the problems I’ve had for a while with traditional digital literacy programs is that they tend to see digital literacy as a separable skill from domain knowledge. In the metaphor of most educators, there’s a set of digital or information literacy skills, which is sort of like the factory process. And there’s data, which…

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Yes, Digital Literacy. But Which One? | Hapgood

DHNow: 2016 in Review


By: Amanda Regan

Digital Humanities Now is on hiatus until January 10, and as we close out another successful year, we want to take some time to reflect on 2016. After eight years of publication, Digital Humanities Now remains a community-curated publication that is driven by a group of dedicated staff members and a community of editors who graciously volunteer…

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DHNow: 2016 in Review

Digital Humanities Now is on hiatus until January 10, and as we close out another successful year, we want to take some time to reflect on 2016. After eight years of publication, Digital Humanities Now remains a community-curated publication that is driven by a group of dedicated staff members and a community of editors who graciously volunteer…

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