A graduate-faculty working group in the Department of English at NYU. We are working on a year-long, collaborative project on the EPIGRAPH (as a trans- historical, geographical, lingual form). Learn more at nyudigitalexperiments.com
On this page, you’ll see announcements that administrators and moderators have left for the group.
4/1 @ 6:30 Digital Experiments Lab #5: Counting/Accounting for
For this week’s Tuesday Lab (4/1, at 6:30 pm, room 105 of 244 Greene St.), we will be exploring different approaches to counting and accounting for data that is often obscured in quantitative visualizations. Our framing questions are
Any visualization presents a necessarily a…[Read more]
3/4 @ 6:30 Digital Experiments Lab #2: Collocation in Epigraphs
For our next Tuesday Lab (3/4, at 6:30 pm, room 105 of 244 Greene St.), we will be building on our work with keywords by tracking epigraphic words that frequently co-occur. The framing questions for the meeting are
Are there literary attributes that can be tracked using co-occurring…[Read more]
2/25 @ 6:30 Digital Experiments Lab: Keywords in Epigraphs
In order to focus more attention on producing experiments in our regular meetings and to foster greater continuity in our collaboration, we are moving to weekly meetings that will be set up as labs focused on a specific question each week. Each question will be devised so that it can be…[Read more]
Digital Experiments Meeting Wednesday, 10/16 & Ray Siemens talk on Digital Literary Studies Thursday, 10/17
Digital Experiments Meeting #2: Collecting & Storing Epigraphs
Our next meeting for the Epigraph Project will be on Wednesday, October 16 at 6 PM in Room 105 of 244 Greene St.
In keeping with our charrette model, we’ve specified a…[Read more]
Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 16 at 6:00 PM, NYU Dept. of English, 244 Greene St., 105.
Our task will be collect & store large numbers of epigraphs. By (1) writing code to collect epigraphs from un-encoded text, & (2) creating a database structure to store those epigraphs