Conference Summary: Mapping Flows and Visualising Data in the Era of Digital Humanities

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Below is a twitter archive of the “Mapping Flows & Visualising Data in the Era of Digital Humanities” conference held at St Andrews on 29 August 2014.

Details of the conference, its participants, as well as a full programme can be found at the Centre for Transnational History website here.St-Andrews-Logo
Some useful links of projects & resources mentioned at ‘Mapping Flows’:

Mapping the Republic of Letters
Cultures of Knowledge
Palimpsest
Trading Consequences
Codecademy
Programming Historian
D3.js
Chartist.js
Natural Earth Data
Dance your PhD
History Of Work Information System
ScapeToad
The Jacobite Database of 1745

A twitter archive should be displayed below (go to storify.com/nickblackbourn/mappingflows2014 you experience any problems).

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