Silk Road Simulation and Visualization: Part 2 – How to Plan a Digital Humanities Project — Jaj and the Digital Humanities

I tried to keep my research as Asian focused as possible, but the material readily and easily available was more often European. The reason for my methodology is representation, inclusive research, and diverse stories in my own interpretation of the historical events. Spring 2020 had me working on my R programming language learning curve, given the STAT 515 course. I went from making bar graphs with ggplot2 to plotly and finally displaying them on shiny over 6 months.

via Silk Road Simulation and Visualization: Part 2 – How to Plan a Digital Humanities Project — Jaj and the Digital Humanities

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