4th Workshop on Visualization for the Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities
Sunday, 20 October 2019 - Vancouver, Canada

Accepted Papers

  • Bridging the Gap between Visual Analytics and Digital Humanities: Beyond the Data-Users-Tasks Design Triangle
    Victor Schetinger, Kathrin Raminger, Velitchko Filipov, Nathalie Soursos, Susana Zapke and Silvia Miksch

  • Framing Visual Musicology through Methodology Transfer
    Matthias Miller, Hanna Schäfer, Matthias Kraus, Marc Leman, Daniel Keim and Mennatallah El-Assady

  • Approaching Humanities Questions Using Slow Visual Search Interfaces
    Adam Bradley, Victor Sawal and Christopher Collins

  • Uncertainty of What and for Whom - And Does Anyone Care? Propositions for Cultural Collection Visualization
    Florian Windhager, Saminu Salisu, Günther Schreder and Eva Mayr

  • Confidence as First-class Attribute in Digital Humanities Data
    Max Franke, Steffen Koch, Ralph Barczok and Dorothea Weltecke

  • Visualising Language in Space - New Approaches in Linguistic Cartography
    Christina Mutter and Florian Zacherl

  • TexTiles: Exploring Patterns in Historical Discourse
    Robert Roessler, Caiseen Kelly, Michael Behrisch and Johanna Beyer

  • Grounding Users in Interpretive Acts: Lessons Learned in the Iterative Design of a Digital Collection
    Annie Chen, Marium Raza, Yogasai Gazula, Darren Huang, Julianne Mendoza and Walter G. Andrews

  • Co-creating an online learning environment to support academic writing: Lessons learnt in an interdisciplinary setting
    Nirwan Sharma, Geraint Paul Rees, Peter Butcher, Robert Lew, Ana Frankenberg-Garcia and Jonathan Roberts