WDW338H1: Data: Access, Creation, Curation, and Interpretation


A central challenge of digital humanities is the complexity of representing interpretive, narrative, and perspective-dependent humanities data through digital tools and environments. Topics include the history of “data” as term and concept; data standards, databases, and linked data; datasets, data curation and analytics, both qualitative and quantitative; and data visualization.


WDW235H1 and WDW236H1; open to students not taking the Digital Humanities Minor by permission of the program coordinator.

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Creative and Cultural Representations (1)