From the resource: Below is a list of resources, tools, slides, presentation aids, and articles shared during the course of DH2018 on Twitter. If you see anything missing you would like added, please tweet @ADHOrg or email web@digitalhumanities.org. Notes on #DH2018 Conference Tweets per user_lang in a #DH2018 archive by Ernesto Priego English Language notes on…

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About the resource: The Digital Humanities Course Registry is an open online inventory of DH modules, courses and programmes in Europe which aims to help students, researchers, lecturers and institutions (from DARIAH and beyond) to find, promote and connect to teaching and training activities related to Digital Humanities. Read more here.

From the resource: Two years ago, when I first grabbed the transcripts of the TED talks, using wget, I relied upon the wisdom and generosity of Padraic C on StackOverflow to help me use Python’s BeautifulSoup library to get the data out of the downloaded HTML files that I wanted. Now that Katherine Kinnaird and…

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From the post: With Altair, you can spend more time understanding your data and its meaning. Altair’s API is simple, friendly and consistent and built on top of the powerful Vega-Lite visualization grammar. This elegant simplicity produces beautiful and effective visualizations with a minimal amount of code. Read more here.