“Making Meaning from Data” Panel, AIA / SCS New Orleans, Jan. 11, 2015

French Quarter, New Orleans
French Quarter, New Orleans

The DCA hosted a successful session on January11 at the 2015 AIA / SCS meetings in New Orleans, entitled “Making Meaning from Data.” The program was as follows (links to presenter materials will be added as they become available):

  1. What Do You Do with a Million Links?
    Elton Barker, The Open University; Pau de Soto The University of Southampton; Leif Isaksen, The University of Southampton; Rainer Simon, The Austrian Institute of Technology
    [200+ MB Powerpoint with audio in Google drive folder. Click on “Pelagios” file and download, then play as ppt.]

  2. Beyond Rhetoric: The Correlation of Data, Syntax, and Sense in Literary Analysis
    Marie-Claire Beaulieu, J. Matthew Harrington, Bridget Almas, Tufts University

  3. Trees into Nets: Network-Based Approaches to Ancient Greek Treebanks
    Francesco Mambrini, Deutsches Archaeologisches Institut Berlin; Marco Passarotti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan

  4. Inside-out and Outside-In: Improving and Extending Digital Models for Archaeological Interpretation
    Rachel Opitz, University of Arkansas; James Newhard, College of Charleston; Marcello Mogetta, University of Michigan; Tyler Johnson, University of Arkansas; Samantha Lash, Brown University; and Matt Naglak, University of Michigan [Two-part presentation. Part 1, on Gabii, slides and publication demo, by Opitz, Mogetta, Johnson, Lash, and Naglak]

  5. Enhancing and Extending the Digital Study of Intertextuality
    Joseph P. Dexter, Harvard University; Matteo Romanello, Deutsches Archaeologisches Institut Berlin; Pramit Chaudhuri, Dartmouth College; Tathagata Dasgupta, Harvard University; and Nilesh Tripuraneni, University of Cambridge
    [Two-part presentation. Part 2, on intertextuality in classical secondary literature, by Matteo Romanello]

  6. Response
    Neil Coffee, University at Buffalo, SUNY

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