Interested in doing text analysis but daunted about where to start? Fear not! Two new library resources, Gale Digital Scholar Lab and Constellate, offer tools, data resources, and user-friendly interfaces to help you begin.
In this blog post, we summarize a recent talk by Dr. Mia Ridge from the British Library, discussing the role of AI and its potential applications in galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (GLAMs).
In today's digital age, we have access to more textual data than ever before. By leveraging computational techniques, text analysis enables us to discover hidden patterns and insights within vast amounts of information.
Join us on 11 April for an online talk with Dr. Mia Ridge, British Library’s Digital Curator. This talk will explore how AI and machine learning are changing information process and generation in libraries, archives, and museums.
In an online seminar, Prof. Cameron Campbell used datasets of 3 projects to illustrate research data management practices. His advises are not only applicable for historical data, but also valuable for researchers in many disciplines.