Patterns of character & structure in Shakespeare: Exploring approaches to data visualisation

Patterns of character & structure in Shakespeare: Exploring approaches to data visualisation

Presentation given at Other Codes / Cóid Eile - The First Galway Digital Cultures Initiative Conference, 11-12 May, 2017.

Relates to the development Personæ - A Character-Visualisation Tool for Dramatic Texts, available at www.davidkelly.ie/projects/personae/

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Dave Kelly

May 11, 2017
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  1. Patterns of character & structure in Shakespeare: David Kelly Lindsay

    Reid Justin Tonra Other Codes / Cóid Eile – May, 2017 Exploring approaches to data visualisation
  2. Personæ A Character-Visualisation Tool for Dramatic Texts

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  4. Brief Technical Overview.

  5. TEI

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  7. Python

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  9. JSON

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  11. D3.js

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  13. Iteration 1.

  14. The Comedy of Errors

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  16. Iteration 2.

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  20. Aside: exploring geography.

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  22. Iteration 3.

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  28. davidkelly.ie/projects/personae Demos Code github.com/dh-nuigalway/personae

  29. Utility for literary research?

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  33. Next Steps.

  34. David Kelly david.d.kelly@nuigalway.ie Thank you. Lindsay Reid lindsay.reid@nuigalway.ie Justin Tonra

    justin.tonra@nuigalway.ie