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 Karen Hollewand delivered a very interesting presentation entitled “Keywords,​ text and Beverland”. The researcher demonstrated the role of keywords in the process of selecting data, and in the analysis of correspondence. Keywords help to show the specific vocabulary of the author and the limited sphere, in which they are used. They help us to understand and identify the specific language and style of the author. Karen Hollewand delivered a very interesting presentation entitled “Keywords,​ text and Beverland”. The researcher demonstrated the role of keywords in the process of selecting data, and in the analysis of correspondence. Keywords help to show the specific vocabulary of the author and the limited sphere, in which they are used. They help us to understand and identify the specific language and style of the author.
  
-Anna Skolimowska,​ from Poland, presented the results of her work on the Dantiscus Project. Together with other researchers,​ she worked on the correspondence of Dantiscus, and prepared two databases: Corpus Epistolarum and Corpus JD – texts and correspondence. The source material was published too.+Anna Skolimowska,​ from Poland, presented the results of her work on the [[http://​dantiscus.al.uw.edu.pl/​|Dantiscus Project]]. Together with other researchers,​ she worked on the correspondence of Dantiscus, and prepared two databases: Corpus Epistolarum and Corpus JD – texts and correspondence. The source material was published too.
  
 The numerous methods of visualization of the data was the next subject of the second day of the conference. The discussion focused on cooperation between the researcher and the designer of visualization. The questions: how to design the role of designer in the humanities, how to turn ideas into the hypothesis, and how to visualize them using the graph were posed. ​ The numerous methods of visualization of the data was the next subject of the second day of the conference. The discussion focused on cooperation between the researcher and the designer of visualization. The questions: how to design the role of designer in the humanities, how to turn ideas into the hypothesis, and how to visualize them using the graph were posed. ​
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 Agnieszka Fabiańska, Anna Wirkus, Ewa Piskurewicz,​ University of Warsaw Library - Manuscripts Department Agnieszka Fabiańska, Anna Wirkus, Ewa Piskurewicz,​ University of Warsaw Library - Manuscripts Department
 +July 2016
  
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