Hi all, here’s my midterm, where I tried to figure out the most popular X-Men. Enjoy!
Here is my photogrammetry midterm creating a model of a preaching Buddha from the British Museum. There were some technical issues, but I think I managed to solve them. Enjoy!
Here is my midterm project. I did a text analysis on one of Robin’s pieces Votes for women using Open Refine and Voyant. Hope you enjoy!
I created a visual catalog alongside a table for the uncanny xmen issues given as a dirty dataset. My project can be found here. Link: https://midterm.yorkd.sites.carleton.edu/cards.html
I used Gephi to look at the relationship between illustrators and the occurrence of each character with each Artist. Here is my process and results!
Here is a link to my midterm. I chose to map data from the Charles W. Cushman Photograph Collection. Specifically, I mapped data associated with various rolls of film in the collection to visualize Charles Cushman’s physical movements as he… Continue Reading
Here’s the Omeka site I created for my midterm DH project on Charles W. Cushman Photography Collection. Click this to explore the exhibit, Chicago in the Eyes of Charles W. Cushman.
Here is a link to my midterm project. This project allows you to see the number of certain types of actions performed by characters from the Uncanny X-Men series, and you can filter by issue # or action type.
In this project, I made a digital word frequency map of the book ”Travels through the Interior Parts of North America, in the Years 1766, 1767, and 1768″ which helps us to analyze the text and gain some useful insights… Continue Reading
I did a text analysis of “Votes for Women” by Elizabeth Robins using Voyant tools for my Midterm DH Project!