Measuring the Use of Tools and Software in the Digital Humanities: A Machine-Learning Approach for Extracting Software Mentions from Scholarly Articles :

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  1. 1. Alireza Zarei


  2. 2. Yim Seung-Bin

    Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage

  3. 3. Frank Fischer


  4. 4. Matej Ďurčo

    Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage

  5. 5. Philipp Wieder


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ADHO - 2022
"Responding to Asian Diversity"

Tokyo, Japan

July 25, 2022 - July 29, 2022

361 works by 945 authors indexed

Held in Tokyo and remote (hybrid) on account of COVID-19

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Contributors: Scott B. Weingart, James Cummings

Series: ADHO (16)

Organizers: ADHO