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Building Community and Tools for Analyzing Web Archives through Datathons
Starting in March 2016, the Archives Unleashed team and our collaborators have brought together social scientists, humanists, archivists, librarians, computer scientists, and other stakeholders to explore web archives as ...
The Cost of a WARC: Analyzing Web Archives in the Cloud
The value of web archives to support scholarship in the humanities and social sciences is slowly being realized by the increasing availability of scalable tools and platforms. The cost of providing scholarly access is a ...
The Archives Unleashed Notebook: Madlibs for Jumpstarting Scholarly Exploration
This paper introduces the Archives Unleashed Notebook, which is designed to work with derivative datasets from the Archives Unleashed Cloud, a platform for analyzing web archives. These datasets contain common starting ...
Content-Based Exploration of Archival Images Using Neural Networks
We present DAIRE (Deep Archival Image Retrieval Engine), an image exploration tool based on latent representations derived from neural networks, which allows scholars to "query" using an image of interest to rapidly find ...
The Archives Unleashed Project: Technology, Process, and Community to Improve Scholarly Access to Web Archives
The Archives Unleashed project aims to improve scholarly access to web archives through a multi-pronged strategy involving tool creation, process modeling, and community building -- all proceeding concurrently in mutually ...
Building Community at Distance: A Datathon during COVID-19
(Digital Library Perspectives, 2020-08-04)
This paper aims to use the experience of an in-person event that was forced to go virtual in the wake of COVID-19 as an entryway into a discussion on the broader implications around transitioning events online. It gives ...