Yale’s world-class collections offer unparalleled source material for humanistic inquiries. With the launch of the DHLab in fall 2015, we can now push these inquiries further by incorporating digital methods that allow us to see our (literary, historical, cultural, artistic) data at new scales.
The DHLab supports faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates on a broad range of digital humanities undertakings. Possible digital methods include but are not limited to text-tagging, GIS mapping, network analysis, and topic modeling.
In addition to providing community support and individual and group consultations, the DHLab also offers:
Electronic library collections
Scanning & Digitization equipment (see Research Digitization)
On-site, curated collection of books on theories and methods related to digital humanities
A video teleconferencing room with a Microsoft Surface Hub
Comfortable workspace for individuals and small groups
4 iMacs with 27" monitors, equipped with:
Adobe CC 2015 (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat Pro)
1 55" Ideum touchscreen
1 42" Olevia HDTV
1 color printer
Zeutschel OS 15000 Advanced