As the humanities community’s interest in digital scholarship grows, a range of online analysis, collaboration and publishing tools have emerged.
Far from the early days of digital humanities, where an interested researcher would learn to use punched cards to operate computer programs, many online tools allow complex analysis without coding skills. The online analysis tools shared here can be good entry points for humanities scholars wanting to get started in data-enabled research, collaboration tools can improve research quality, and publishing tools can strengthen the impact of research outputs, sharing with the broader research community and the public.
University of Adelaide Information Technology and Digital Services provide a range of valuable tools for researchers including computing resources, options for sharing data and publications, and managing your research outputs. You can find more information at Information and Data services.