Quick guide to digital history - digitisation, searching, xml, data-mining, big data, OCR, and more

I've finished teaching Tim Hitchcock's 3rd year undergraduate module on digital history. I did a crib sheet of the main areas for the postgraduate research seminar. Some of it is a bit idiosyncratic (and probably wrong) and requires me to explain it, but here it is:

Read the worksheet and notes for the slides here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BVWpKpDkvY6LC16Ee39sisVHY82yq2HxZa7dgrFC4i8/pub


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