Digital Projects

  • Network Navigator. Web-based tool for network analysis, focus on quantitative network metrics.

  • Print and Probability. Part of an interdisciplinary team of literature scholars, statisticians, and computer scientists at CMU who are using optical character recognition to identify printers of early modern books based on broken type.

  • Early Modern Digital Agendas Network. Created a network visualization of the three EMDA seminars at the Folger Shakespeare Library for a blog post

  • Spenser’s Color Wheel. Data visualization and deformance project exploring Spenser’s use of color terms in The Faerie Queene. Allows users to rearrange Spenser’s color lines into unique poems. [source]

  • Marvel Network. A demonstration of NetworkX and D3 Force-Directed graphs for digital humanities applications, using sample data from Marvel comics. [source]