Investigating Idiosyncrasy: Toward a Comprehensive Methodology of Visual Exploration and Analysis for Humanities Scholarship

New Technologies and Interdisciplinary Research on Religion: 2010 Center for Geographic Analysis (CGA) Conference, Harvard University

“Interpretation is at the heart of all humanities scholarship.

“Scholars seek to characterize complex webs of idiosyncratic structure in historical and social systems.

“This structure arises within and across spatial, temporal, and relational dimensions and scales.

“But, most existing visualization approaches target the methodological norms of the sciences rather than the humanities.”

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