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Designed for Chinese or East Asian Languages
Chinese Text Project: Digital Humanities Tools
Install the "Text Tools Plugin" to enable various types of textual analysis on the premodern texts in the Chinese Text Project database.
Provides a range of text search and text analysis tools. Created by Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, in collaboration with German and international partners.
Allows automatic or manual online tagging of Chinese or Korean texts. You can upload text files or paste text. Companion software COMPARATIVUS, available to MARKUS account holders, allows textual comparison. Developed as part of the project “Communication and Empire: Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective,” funded by the European Research Council.
NLP Group at Fudan University
Provides various applications for Natural Language Processing (NLP).
Stanford Natural Language Processing Group: Chinese Natural Language Processing and Speech Processing
Provides software for Chinese word segmentation, Chinese parsing and Chinese part-of-speech tagging.
Taiwan Digital Humanities 臺灣數位人文
Provides downloadable textual analysis tools, applicable to texts in Chinese, English, Japanese, and Korean. Provided by Chao-Lin Liu and the Machine Intelligence Group, in conjunction with the Departments of Computer Science and Linguistics, National Chengchi University, Taiwan.
General Use (including for Chinese)
Downloadable Python code that performs word-ranking analysis in Chinese texts. Under-development open source software shared by an individual.
Online word cloud generator and tag cloud creator. Paste text, upload a document or open an URL to automatically generate a word- or tag cloud. Works relatively well with Chinese texts.
Digital Scholarship Resources at UW
Center for Social Science Computation and Research (CSSCR)
Provides consulting on statistical software tools, qualitative analysis tools, data management, data access, and scientific publications.
Digital Scholarship Research Guide (UW Libraries)
Overall guide to digital scholarship tools and resources.
Digital Scholarship for Japan Studies (Tateuchi East Asia Library)
In addition to Japan-specific resources, provides extensive lists of tools of use to digital scholarship in all fields.
Offers training, consultation, and talks on a wide range of Digital Scholarship fields. Despite the title, it caters also to social science and humanities fields.
Open Scholarship Commons (UW Libraries)
A one-stop-shop for knowledge creation services and support. In this virtual (for now) space, researchers, instructors, and students can connect with UW Libraries and campus experts to do technology-intensive work across disciplinary boundaries.