Poemage: Visualizing the Sonic Topology of a Poem

@article{McCurdy2016PoemageVT,
  title={Poemage: Visualizing the Sonic Topology of a Poem},
  author={Nina McCurdy and Julie Lein and Katherine Coles and Miriah D. Meyer},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
  year={2016},
  volume={22},
  pages={439-448}
}
The digital humanities have experienced tremendous growth within the last decade, mostly in the context of developing computational tools that support what is called distant reading - collecting and analyzing huge amounts of textual data for synoptic evaluation. On the other end of the spectrum is a practice at the heart of the traditional humanities, close reading - the careful, in-depth analysis of a single text in order to extract, engage, and even generate as much productive meaning as… CONTINUE READING