Tools to Get Started in the Digital Humanists
- Dropbox - Syncronized File Organizer and Updater - serves well as back up.
- Evernote - Install on your browser, clip articles, take notes, save to evernote, access anywhere
- Zotero - Citation Manager, Database, and other - works well with a number of other products. See here for a presentation by our librarians.
- Google It. Seriously. If you don't understand something "Techy," google the word and figure out what it is.
- NodeXL - Network visualization using Excel
- Many Eyes - Intuitive site with many ways to visualize both textual and numerical data
- Google Charts
More about Digital Humanities (Projects, etc.)
More about Visualization and DataJournalism
(A Much bigger list like this - Digital Research Tools Wiki)