Here we provide a list of useful links to resources. Please leave a comment if you have suggestions.
1. Hermeneutica and Voyant
- The book Hermeneutica: Computer-Assisted Interpretation in the Humanities is available from MIT Press in Hardcover and eBook form. It can also be found on Amazon.ca.
- Voyant Tools is at <http://voyant-tools.org>. The beta of Voyant 2.0 is at <http://beta.voyant-tools.org> (This will soon be the version at the main site.)
- The @VoyantTools Twitter feed is at <https://twitter.com/VoyantTools>. We retweet examples and updates on features.
- Documentation is at <http://beta.voyant-tools.org/docs/#!/guide>. Note, the URL will soon change as Voyant gets upgraded to version 2.0.
- Version 1.0 of Voyant is at <http://v1.voyant-tools.org/> and its documentation is at <http://docs.voyant-tools.org>
2. Essays the Use Voyant
Here are links to essays that use Voyant. Would you like to contribute an essay?
- On this web site we have the four Hermeneutica Interludes. These are chapters in the book that are made available here in a dynamic online version. In these examples the hermeneutical panels or "hermeneutica" are dynamic panels fed from Voyant.
- Examples Gallery of how people have used Voyant 1.0 can be found at <http://docs.voyant-tools.org/about/examples-gallery/>
3. Teaching Text Analysis with Voyant
All sorts of people teach text analysis using Voyant. Here are some links to help you if you are considering it.
- Introduction to Voyant <http://hermeneuti.ca/node/15> is the script for an introductory workshop. Another version can be found at <http://philosophi.ca/pmwiki.php/Main/IntroductionToVoyant>. These are outlines for a 1-2 hour workshop prepared by the authors that has been used in different forms.
- The Methods Commons <http://methodi.ca> is a collection of recipes for text analysis. Many use Voyant. (Note: this is being developed.)
4. Text Analysis Resources
Here are some general resources useful for people doing text analysis.
- Text Analysis Portal for Research (TAPoR) is a place to discover text tools and code examples <http://tapor.ca>. Another is DiRT.
- The Art of Literary Text Analysis from Sinclair and Rockwell. The table of contents is here: <https://github.com/sgsinclair/alta/blob/master/ipynb/ArtOfLiteraryTextAnalysis.ipynb>
- The Programming Historian <http://programminghistorian.org/> has a collection of reviewed tutorials for digital researchers.
- Finding and Preparing a Text is an appendix to Hermeneutica on this site.
- DH Toychest: Digital Humanities Resources for Project Building by Alan Liu <http://dhresourcesforprojectbuilding.pbworks.com/>
- William Turkel's Basic Text Analysis with Mathematica <http://williamjturkel.net/2012/11/19/basic-text-analysis-in-mathematica/>