Finding the Right Tools

 

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In a new article in Computers in Libraries (Jan./Feb. 2017), “Top Tools for Digital Humanities Research,” Nancy K. Herther, reviews some of the best free and open source tools available today. Among those reviewed are Voyant Tools, Umigon, Prism, and Sophie. Herther also provides a list of tools arranged by function with sections for Digital Humanities Toolkits, Timeline Tools, and Data Visualization.

Another suggested resource for an in-depth look at tools is the DiRT Directory, a registry of digital research tools for scholarly use.   Entries may be viewed by function and the registry offers ways to drill down by platform, cost, license, and type of data or object.

Do you have a favorite resource for learning about new tools, or finding those that best answer a particular need?

 

 

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