LiNT is a demonstration product for text analysis with the capability to provide an estimate of text difficulty. That estimate is based on a readability study in which text features are linked to levels of text comprehension.
The Glossary Project – Graphical randomizer for glossary concepts
The Digital Humanities Lab built a graphical randomizer for glossary concepts for use in the glossary project that is used during workshops and courses.
AnnCor and Multiword Expression Identifier
The central goal of this project is to create a Multiword (e.g. De plaat poetsen.) Expression Identifier for Dutch (MWEIDD) and enrich various Dutch text corpora with annotations based on this Identifier.
Visual pattern recognition and (meta) data extraction
The project created a workbench that can be used for computationally analyzing large datasets of visual material. It is designed to cater to the needs of researchers in a range of studies who work with digitized visual material.
Footprinter, a tool for the analysis of the Oceans of Light corpus
Footprinter is designed to discover the Qur’an citations in this corpus of legal texts.
During the Historical Newspapers project, a large corpora of newspaper articles was aggregated, along with tools for sentiment analysis and spatial analysis.
DEDA: Data Ethics Decision Aid
DEDA helps data analysts, project managers and policy makers to recognize ethical issues in data projects, data management and data policies.
BIAS: The consultation toolkit for algorithmic systems
This toolkit helps to streamline and formalize the ethical considerations and accountability process around algorithms. BIAS is being developed in collaboration with several municipalities.
Data Scan @ Home
In a time of Covid-19 we had to develop alternative ways to facilitate data walks so we developed the Data Scan @ Home. This interactive PDF facilitates observation and reflection on data, encourages relating personal experiences to public debate and operates as a starting point for discussion with others. Download Data Scan @ Home
Data Team Start
A tool that (novice) data project teams can use to conduct an inspection to obtain an accurate survey of their collaboration.
Sharing Data Together
The ‘Sharing data together’ checklist offers guidance to organisations wishing to share data responsibly.
Dashboards with value for the entire organisation (Concept)
Helps organisations give meaning to dashboards by facilitating a discussion based on given propositions.
Data Ethics Awareness Test (DEAT)
Survey to measure moral sensitivity to data practices within an organisation.
Bots as Digital Infrapunctures
This module explores what role bots can have as infrastructural stress relievers, by actively engaging with the norms and values inscribed into computational tools and infrastructures.
Meaningful digital (and hybrid) collaboration
This tool helps teams to shape their digital cooperation in a meaningful way during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.