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Corpus Reformatorum 2020 and Postmodern Reformation Research This post is the reflective essay component of my final project in ASTD 5930: Digital Humanities, a graduate seminar in Spring 2020 at Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri. This project aims at transparency, open-access, and free exchange of ideas, so it made sense to publish this essayContinue reading “Theses, Diets, and Spreadsheets”
So after some tinkering, I was finally able to load the database into Google Earth! Not every document is geo-coded, but those that are can be mapped in Google Earth thanks to a cool Gephi plugin that exports in a GE-readable format. Now the problem remains of dealing with the (literally hundreds of) documents publishedContinue reading “Google Earth!”
Fun fact: Excel doesn’t understand that a date from before 1899 or so is, well, a date. So, to do any kind of analysis, you have to generate a number to represent the date. And to do that, you have to run a YEARFRAC (fraction of a year) formula from 1 Jan to the dateContinue reading “Turning Dates into Numbers”
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