“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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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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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.