Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Digital Humanities 2022.11

Data Ana­lyt­ics in Cog­ni­tive Lin­guis­tics
BuchcoverCon­tem­po­rary data ana­lyt­ics involves extract­ing insights from data and trans­lat­ing them into action. With its turn towards empir­i­cal meth­ods and con­ver­gent data sources, cog­ni­tive lin­guis­tics is a fer­tile con­text for data ana­lyt­ics. There are key dif­fer­ences between data ana­lyt­ics and sta­tis­ti­cal analy­sis as typ­i­cal­ly con­ceived. Though the for­mer requires the lat­ter, it empha­sizes the role of domain-spe­cif­ic knowl­edge. Sta­tis­ti­cal analy­sis also tends to be asso­ci­at­ed with pre­con­ceived hypothe­ses and con­trolled data. Data ana­lyt­ics, on the oth­er hand, can help explore unstruc­tured datasets and inspire emer­gent ques­tions.
This vol­ume address­es two key aspects in data ana­lyt­ics for cog­ni­tive lin­guis­tic work. First­ly, it elab­o­rates the bot­tom-up guid­ing role of data ana­lyt­ics in the research tra­jec­to­ry, and how it helps to for­mu­late and refine ques­tions. Sec­ond­ly, it shows how data ana­lyt­ics can sug­gest con­crete cours­es of research-based action, which is cru­cial for cog­ni­tive lin­guis­tics to be tru­ly applied. The papers in this vol­ume impart var­i­ous data ana­lyt­ic meth­ods and report empir­i­cal stud­ies across dif­fer­ent areas of research and appli­ca­tion. They aim to ben­e­fit new and expe­ri­enced researchers alike.
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Inter­me­di­ate hori­zons: book his­to­ry and dig­i­tal human­i­ties
BuchcoverThis inno­v­a­tive col­lec­tion exam­ines how book his­to­ry and dig­i­tal human­i­ties (DH) prac­tices are inte­grat­ed through approach, access, and assess­ment. Eight essays by ris­ing and senior schol­ars prac­tic­ing in mul­ti­ple fields—including librar­i­ans, lit­er­a­ture schol­ars, dig­i­tal human­ists, and historians—consider and reimag­ine the inter­con­nect­ed futures and hori­zons at the inter­sec­tions of texts, tech­nol­o­gy, and cul­ture and argue for a return to a more rep­re­sen­ta­tive and human study of the human­i­ties.
Inte­grat­ing inter­me­di­al prac­tices and assess­ments, the edi­tors and con­trib­u­tors explore issues sur­round­ing the access to and mate­ri­al­i­ty of dig­i­tized mate­ri­als, and the chal­lenge of bal­anc­ing preser­va­tion of tra­di­tion­al archival mate­ri­als with access. They offer an assess­ment in our present moment of the ear­ly visions of book his­to­ry and DH projects. In revis­it­ing these projects, they ask us to shift our think­ing on the promis­es and per­ils of archival and cre­ative work in dif­fer­ent media. Tak­en togeth­er, this vol­ume recon­sid­ers the his­tor­i­cal inter­sec­tions of book his­to­ry and DH and charts a path for future schol­ar­ship across dis­ci­pli­nary bound­aries.
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