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On this page, we will introduce current and finished network projects. Here are several selected projects. The list will be extended continuously.
Prof. Dr. Birgit Schneider,
Janna Kienbaum M.A.
The research project studies climate pictures in the internet as an example and the possibility of analysing pictures with means of digital methods of comparison. Whilst doing this, we will take the mutual critisism seriously that comes from different methodological approaches by questioning and reflecting the additional value of quantitative and qualitative approaches for the methods of picture research and computer sciences.
Sponsored by VolkswagenStiftung
Prof. Dr. Marian Dörk, Prof. Dr. Peer Trilcke, Dr. Anna Busch, Mark-Jan Bludau, Viktoria Brüggemann, Kristina Genzel
The passed on stock of Theodor Fontanes personal reference library at the Theodor-Fontane- Archive is made up of special collection of roughly 150 volumes that have been fully digitalised and made accessible. Nearly 70,000 images in this collection serve as a basis for developing an interactive visualisation that open up a new perspective and allow for more insight into a unique authors library. It also makes this library accessible and explorable for research as well as for the cultural public.
In cooperation with the Theodor-Fontane-Archive and the research professorship for information visualisation, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.
Prof. Dr. Peer Trilcke, in cooperation with Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer (NRU Higher School of Economics, Moscow)
Short description of the project The dlina-work group (dlina = digital literary studies network analysis), founded end of 2014, is an institutional unaffiliated, constantly growing coalition of literary scholars and computer scientists, working on the extraction, analysis and interpretation of network data of literary texts. Apart from the automated extraction and analysis (statistic evaluation and visualisation), the question of corpus presentation (TEI-Coding literary texts and meta data) – notably on the new portal dracor.org – as well as fundamental questions of literary studies argumentation with quantitative data play an important role.
Sponsored by KoUP-Foundation University of Potsdam