Category: OCR

Go from Analog to Digital Texts with OCR

by Quinn Dombrowski and Stacy Reardon

A collection of digitized texts marks the start of a research project — or does it?

For many social sciences and humanities researchers, creating searchable, editable, and machine-readable digital texts out of heaps of paper in archival boxes or from books painstakingly sourced from overlooked corners of the library can be a tedious, time-consuming process.

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Geospatial Analysis Series at the D-Lab, February 24 - March 16

Geospatial analysis, traditionally utilized in fields such as city planning, geography, and the environmental sciences, has been widely adopted as a digital humanities method.  Over the next few weeks, there will be numerous opportunities to receive discipline-specific perspectives on geospatial analysis and undertake some foundational training in these methods.

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