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Allows users to upload a corpora and visualize patterns (word frequency, how specific words and phrases appear across texts, etc).
Machine learning program which you can generate “topics,” or lists of words that frequently appear together in corpora.
Natural Language Toolkit
Allows users to analyze human language data using classification, tokenizing, tagging, and more.
A visualization tool that allows users to make colorful graphs and networks from textual data by revealing links between textual objects, social network patterns, and more.
A web-scraping tool that allows you navigate and search a document using a parse tree.
A web-based tool that allows you to compare and collate versions of the same textual work, create visualizations, and share your work with others.
Search, analyze and cull huge volumes of text or documents.
A powerful tool used to make maps.
Web-based platform that allows users to work with spatial data and work with maps.
An online tool that allows users to create an atlas, use it while traveling, and add annotations and pictures later.
A simple, community mapping tool for cultural heritage institutions.
A collection of open data collected by a community of people interested in providing accessible GIS information.
It allows scholars to explore relationships across time by uploading spreadsheet data and visualizing the relationships between coordinates.
Allows users to tell stories by mapping a series of events and corresponding locations and to pull videos and pictures from places such as YouTube, Flickr, and more.
Collaborative mapping projects in which users provide written descriptions of geographic objects from all over the world.
Allows users to collaborate and create complex, layered maps using large datasets and export and publish their maps.
Make simple visualizations such as infographics and reports using clean, pre-loaded designs.
Input data from CSV files, pick and customize pre-loaded designs, and export completed visualizations.
Visualizations and dashboards using small or very large amounts of data.
Users can create timelines with basic knowledge of Google Sheets or more advanced knowledge of JSON.
Interactive maps, charts, and video into dynamic visualizations.
Omeka is an open source platform to create digital exhibits.
Scalar is for creating “books” that re-imagine publishing, visual presentations, and linked information.
A website making software operated through modules that promote versatility and flexibility in design.
Online archiving platform for cultural heritage materials.
A blogging platform that has digital humanities plugins such as Comment Press and Future of the Book.
Repository where users can make all of their research outputs available in a citable, shareable and discoverable manner.
A slide hosting service. You can upload files in a variety of formats including PowerPoint and OpenDocument presentations, Word Documents, and PDFs.