1 The Measure of Middle Dutch: Rhythm and Prosody Reconstruction for Middle Dutch Literature, a Data-Driven Approach Wouter Haverals
2 How to Blend Perfect Feedback Cocktails Improving Knowledge Institutions’ Digital Offerings through User-Centred Research Jill Hungenaert
3 Digital Scholarly Editing and Memory Institutions Wout Dillen
4 FuD – A Virtual Research Environment for the Humanities and Social Sciences Yvonne Rommelfanger
5 Introducing the CVCE digital toolbox: authoring tools to enable the reuse of historical objects Catherine Emma (Kate) Jones and Lars Wieneke
6 Lingscape – A smartphone application for research on linguistic landscapes Christoph Purschke
7 A Pictograph Design of Hongmen Banquet History- the Digital Storytelling on Narrative Perspectives Guanze Liao, NanYing Tu
8 Typesetting Using X-Technologies – Dead End or Promising Path? An Overview of Pros and Cons Regarding Critical Editions Martin Sievers
9 ShiCo: A Visualization Tool for Shifting Concepts Through Time Carlos Martinez-Ortiz, Tom Kenter, Melvin Wevers, Pim Huijnen, Jaap Verheul, Joris van Eijnatten
10 Experimental Prosopographical Network Analysis and Visualization with ‘Early Modern Letters Online’ Robin Buning
11 ‘Databases for young historians’: a practice-based crash course Leonor Álvarez Francés, Fieke Smitskamp, Thomas Delpeut, Pim van Bree, Geert Kessels
12 Open Source tools for DH projects. CollectiveAccess and Omeka use cases Roxanne Wyns
13 histograph – Graph-based exploration crowdsourced indexation Lars Wieneke, Daniele Guido, Marten Düring
14 European Integration Biographies reference database (EIBIO) Daniele Guido, Marten Düring, Lars Wieneke, Catherine Jones
15 New Approaches to Textual Discussions in Fernando de Herrera’s Poetry Laura Hernández Lorenzo
16 Social Interaction and Hierarchy in Epistolary Networks Nico Dogaer
17 Fostering a Multi-Faceted View of European History: the CROSSCULT project Ioanna Lykourentzou, Yannick Naudet, Catherine Jones, Ghislain Sillaume
18 Bouquet: A Digital Library of Historical Maps of Wallonia Isabelle Parmentier, Sarah Erman
19 Mapping urban movie-going, 1970s Los Angeles Ewa Drygalska
20 Nineteenth century concert programs in a digital research environment; the case of Felix Meritis Mascha van Nieuwkerk, Harm Nijboer
21 VogonWeb and Quadriga – Creating and Showcasing Quadruple Networks Online Erick Peirson, Julia Damerow, Manfred Laubichler
22 Doing Visual Big Data – Creating the KBK-1M Dataset Containing 1,6 Million Newspaper Images Available for Researchers Martijn Kleppe, Desmond Elliott
23 Inventorying, Transcribing, Collating, and Printing: Basic Components of a Virtual Platform for Scholarly Editing Stefan Büdenbender, Frank Queens, Martin Sievers, Joshgun Sirajzade
24 Toward a Digital Philology. Creating, Spreading and Appropriating Knowledges through Digital Scholarly Platforms in Humanities (A Case Study of OpenEdition) Ingrid Mayeur
25 Integrating Diachronous Conceptual Lexicons through Linked Open Data Isa Maks, Marieke van Erp, Piek Vossen, Rinke Hoekstra, Nicoline van der Sijsu
26 CREATE: doing Digital Humanities at the University of Amsterdam Ivan Kisjes, Harm Nijboer
27 Awesome Code: Developing a Tool for the Analysis of Sound Patterns and Emotions in Early Modern Dutch Theatre Plays Fieke Smitskamp
28 nodegoat: a web-based data management, network analysis & visualisation environment Pim van Bree, Geert Kessels
29 Roles, relations and references: Towards a computation-based distant reading of narrative-semantic roles in large datasets in Dutch Puck Wildschut
30 Adapting NLP–tools for Creating an Orthographic Layer for Early Modern Dutch Texts Tessa Wijckmans and Wouter van Elburg
31 The Dictionary of the Flemish Dialects goes digital Jacques Van Keymeulen, Veronique De Tier, Liesbet Triest, Roxane Vandenberghe, Tineke De Pauw, Pauline Van Daele, Magda Devos
32 Dutch Overview Digital Humanities (DODH) Stefania Scagliola, Andrea Scharnhorst, Barbara Safradin, Hendrik Schmeer
33 Zooming as a Didactic Metaphor: A Multi-layered Depiction of Simon Stevin’s “Mirror-Symmetry” Charles van den Heuvel, Florentina Armaselu
34 How Do GIS Improve Working With Religious Statistics Damien Thiriet
35 xtas 3, the eXtensible Text Analysis Suite Lars Buitinck, Maarten de Rijke
36 Textual Communities. An Environment for Online Collaborative Editing Peter Robinson, Barbara Bordalejo
37 Computer Technologies in German Literature at the Turn of the Millennium Bruno Dupont
38 Searching and analyzing large annotated text collections in Nederlab Hennie Brugman