Monthly Archives: October 2011

easygui for the programming historian

I’m guessing that if you’re an historian who started using scripting to muck around with your docs or the web in the last three years, like me you probably worked through The Programming Historian at some point. It’s a great

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clustering with compression for the historian

Introduction What is NCD? Limitations: Size Matters bzip2 gzip lzma The Code Comparing results The Series Guide The 18th Century Conclusion INTRODUCTION As I wrote here a couple of weeks ago, I’m playing around with a variety of clustering techniques to identify

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thinking world history

In the Spring semester I’ll be teaching a graduate seminar called, “Teaching World History.” In my department, we have essentially four caucuses for the purposes of of graduate teaching: US History, Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Modern Europe, and World,

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