Category: Tool Recommendations
7 Great No-Code Digital Humanities Tools
I talked the other week about the things that learn-to-code resources don’t teach you. But spoilers, you don’t have to learn to code at all! You don’t need to know Python or R to do digital humanities work. There are SO many free, no-code-required tools out there for manipulating, visualizing, and sharing humanities data. Here […]
Trello for DH Project Management (Part I)
One of the most challenging aspects of digital humanities is managing all the stuff that goes into a project. Many humanities scholars, especially those new to DH, aren’t used to working on research in large (or even medium-sized) teams. Combine the human factor with large amounts of data to juggle, and keeping track of the state of your project can become a real headache! But have no fear, Trello is here.