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Dig into DIGI

DIGI is the Digital Humanities initiative of the Willson Center, the UGA Libraries and the UGA Press supporting DH projects and pedagogy at UGA

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Welcome to DigiLab

Located on the third floor of the Main Library, Willson Center Digital Humanities Lab is a state-of-the-art instruction space as well as an incubator and publicity hub for ongoing and nationally significant digital humanities projects

Your Gateway into the Digital Humanities Universe

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DIGI Colloquium:

Text Corpora That You Can Use

Friday January 18th from 4-5

John Hale, Arch Professor in Linguistics, will offer a live demonstration of the search tool cqp, showing how corpora that are available right now may be used to address questions about how people use language, what words mean, and how authors achieve their literary ends.

Bonus topics to be explored in the interactive Q&A that follows include but are not limited to:

  • implications of very large corpora for Experimental Philosophy
  • implications of parallel corpora for Comparative Grammar (e.g. Romance)
  • opportunities for digital humanists within computational linguistics
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DIGI Office Hours: Ask all the questions!

Linguistics PhD candidate Joey Stanley, will hold weekly office hours in support of the following

Every Wednesday     11:30 – 1:15

  • R scripting/coding
  • Statistical analysis
  • Data visualization
  • Data clean-up
  • Excel
  • Perl
  • JMP
  • HTML/CSS
  • text mining and corpus analysis
  • Praat scripting
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DIGI 3000: Text Analysis

New for Spring we are offering DIGI 3000, a new class on text analysis led by Elliott Kuecker. Learn how to turn text to data or “read” 100 books at once. 1 credit and open to all. Counts toward our DH Undergraduate Certificate.

Learn more about our certificate