Extraction of information, knowledge or meaning from a digital resource, using techniques such as searching and querying or feature measurement.
See the tabs in the box at the bottom for a list of People and Projects using this category of method at Oxford. The category comprises the subheadings below; click on the expand button next to each one to see a list of detailed methods, with definitions taken from arts-humanities.net. The links on each individual method take you to the national list of related projects there.
Statistical analysis methods include descriptive statistics, inferential/predictive statistics and kriging.
Refers to techniques used to summarise and present data visually, in a form that enables people to understand and analyse the information. Formats can include images, maps, timelines, graphs and tables. Visualisation often uses computer graphics software,
|15cBOOKTRADE - An Evidence-based Assessment and Visualization of the Distribution, Sale, and Reception of Books in the Renaissance||Medieval & Modern Languages Faculty||Cristina Dondi|
|Digital Impacts: A Synthesis||Oxford Internet Institute||Eric Meyer|
|Humanities Information Practices||Oxford Internet Institute||Eric Meyer|
|Portraits in Oxford||History Faculty||Annette Peach|
|South Cadbury Environs Project||Archaeology Institute||Gary Lock|
|The Venetian Book-trade in the 15th Century: material evidence for the economic and social history of the Renaissance||Italian||Cristina Dondi|