Programming Historian publishes novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools and techniques to facilitate research and teaching, including on topics such as data management, data manipulation, distant reading, linked open data, mapping, network analysis, web scraping, digital publishing and Python.
Palladio provides an open-source tool for visualising complex historical data across a variety of formats including maps, graphs and tables.
Knightlab offers a variety of open-source tools for creating visually-rich, interactive research narratives, such as timelines, storymaps, data-enhanced graphs and many more.
Gephi is open-source software for exploring and visualising networks of relationships between people, ideas, events or objects.
HuNI is a virtual laboratory that allows researchers to explore, annotate and generate links between cultural data, with HuNI currently comprising 17.7 million authoritative records of people, organisations, objects, works and events from 32 of Australia’s most significant cultural datasets.
Voyant Tools provide tools for complex text analysis and data mining.
Zotero is an open-source research management tool that is not only a leading citation tool, but has many additional useful features such as allowing you to visualise your references as a timeline.