Why the Compact Disc Was Not a Revolution And «Cityfish» Will Change Textual Scholarship, or What Is a Computational Edition?

Van Zundert, Joris J. 2019. “Why the Compact Disc Was Not a Revolution And «Cityfish» Will Change Textual Scholarship, or What Is a Computational Edition?” Ecdotica 15: 129–156. Self-archived last author version available online: http://jorisvanzundert.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Last_Author_Version_20190923_2154.pdf

Graph Models for Textual Data: Between Text and Information

Andrews, Tara L., Joris Job Van Zundert, Thomas Efer, Stefan Jänicke, Andreas Kuczera, and Stefan Dumont. 2018. “Graph Models for Textual Data: Between Text and Information.” In EADH 2018: “Data in Digital Humanities,” 31. Galway: National University of Ireland. http://jorisvanzundert.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/EADH_2018_TAG_Panel_final_20181201_1201.pdf

How to Predict Bestsellers and What This Tells Us About Literature

Van Zundert, Joris Job, Marijn Koolen, and Karina Van Dalen-Oskam. 2018. “How to Predict Bestsellers and What This Tells Us About Literature.” In EADH 2018: “Data in Digital Humanities,” 10. Galway: National University of Ireland. https://eadh2018.exordo.com/files/papers/28/initial_draft/eadh-2018-anonym-predict.pdf. Full version: http://jorisvanzundert.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/eadh-2018-predict.pdf.

Why We Should Think About a Domain Specific Computer Language (DSL) for Scholarship

Introduction This is the text of a paper I presented during the conference “Digital Hermeneutics in History: Theory and Practice”, organized by the C2DH of Luxembourg University on 25 and 26 October 2018. I have been toying with the idea for a Domain Specific Language for textual scholarship for over a decade. Manfred Thaller—not aware …

Why We Should Think About a Domain Specific Computer Language (DSL) for Scholarship

Van Zundert, Joris Job. 2018. “Why We Should Think About a Domain Specific Computer Language (DSL) for Scholarship.” In Digital Hermeneutics in History: Theory and Practice. Esch-sur-Alzette: C2DH of Luxembourg University. http://jorisvanzundert.net/blogposts/why-we-should-think-about-a-domain-specific-computer-language-dsl-for-scholarship/.

Predicting Prose That Sells: Issues of Open Data in a Case of Applied Machine Learning

Van Zundert, Joris Job, Marijn Koolen, and Karina Van Dalen-Oskam. 2018. “Predicting Prose That Sells: Issues of Open Data in a Case of Applied Machine Learning.” In JADH 2018 “Leveraging Open Data”: Proceedings of the 8th Conference of Japanese Association for Digital Humanities, 175–77. Tokyo: Center for Open Data in the Humanities, Joint Support-Center for …