DH 2014 Abstract: “Clustering Search to Navigate a Case Study of the Canadian World Wide Web as a Historical Resource.”

This year, abstracts were prepared using DHWriter. The results were promising.

This year, abstracts were prepared using DHWriter. The results were promising.

Readers of this blog will not find too many surprises in my abstract for the Digital Humanities 2014 annual conference being held in two or so weeks in Lausanne, Switzerland, but it brings a few things together so you might be interested.

Clustering Search to Navigate a Case Study of the Canadian World Wide Web as a Historical Resource.

The full conference schedule is here, but I will be presenting on July 10th at 11:00am in Room 415 – Amphimax. If you’ll be at DH 2014 make sure to come say hi (and likewise). Once I have a chance to pull it together, I’ll be putting my slide deck up.

In the meantime, next week I’m at the Association of Canadian Archivists annual meeting in beautiful Victoria, BC. I’m presenting a paper with Nick Ruest (@ruebot) on the “Great WARC Adventure.” Info on that forthcoming as well!

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