Tags: dhanswers, gis, mapping
Yesterday, Digital Humanities Answers helped me find an answer to a problem I’ve been wondering about for a long time: how to map some data easily, without having to know a lot about GIS.
This is where I write about my research in progress, with an emphasis on the experimental work I'm doing with digital tools.
I'm inspired by Jeremy Boggs' call for humanities scholars to write more about our digital tools and research practices.
I post here rather than at my main blog so that I can go into technical details without chasing off general readers.
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