eScience and the Humanities

Crane, Gregory

Babeu, Alison

Bamman, David

2007

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  • Humanists face problems that are comparable to their colleagues in the sciences. Like scientists, humanists have electronic sources and datasets that are too large for traditional labor intensive analysis. They also need to work with materials that presuppose more background knowledge than any one researcher can master: no one can, for example, know all the languages needed for subjects that cros... read more
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