Applications for 5 graduate student (any discipline) and 10 humanities faculty Data Research Fellowships for Summer 2020.
The Windows version of NVivo Plus and Power BI is now accessible to Baylor researchers through your web browser, with no installation, from any location, and from any operating system. To request access, send an email to email@example.com from your
Problem: When building online, interactive visualizations (i.e., data dashboards), a difficult obstacle to overcome is maintaining the visualization after the initial publishing online . How to easily and quickly add add, remove, or modify records? How can research partners conveniently
As Baylor University is teaching all classes online through April 3 (here for more info), Data & Digital Scholarship (DDS) services are likewise moving online via Webex. Here is how DDS will be operating while Baylor University is teaching
Dr. Kalani Craig, co-director of IDAH (Institute for Digital Arts & Humanities at Indiana University, Bloomington), visited Baylor this week. Kalani shared with us her boundless energy, experience, enthusiasm, and expertise in digital arts and humanities. In a two-day whirlwind
A compilation of Baylor University faculty’s most cherished scholarship, from 2018 to current. A call goes out to faculty every January asking for citations from their scholarship they are most proud of from the last year. Beginning in 2019, with
I was invited to provide a presentation for the Libraries/ITS Advisory Committee (LITSAC) meeting in January, 2020. The Request: Would you provide an in-depth overview of all of the areas you are spearheading for our next LITSAC meeting in January?
The Recent Homiletical Thought (RHT) is the result of a joint collaboration between the Truett Theological Seminary and the Baylor University Libraries. The RHT is an annotated list of journal articles, books, and theses/dissertations around the field of homiletics. Search,
https://josh-been.github.io/Freedom-Narratives-Deuteronomy/ Dr. Steve Reid (Truett Seminary) and Josh Been just presented a paper outlining the results of approximately two years of text data mining research into understanding the African American response to the Book of Deuteronomy in the late 19th
Description: All Presidential State of the Union Addresses from 1790-2006 organized by similarity of terms within the text and colors showing 4 communities, or classes, of Addresses. This is an example of applying social network analysis to text similarity. It