Mapwarper featured in A Digital Humanities Primer for English Students

Jenna Herdman has written an excellent free e-book about Digital Humanities for English Students which has an entire chapter titled: Digital Mapping Tool Tutorial which features the Mapwarper. It’s been published using gitbook and is available in pdf, html, epub formats.

The tutorial covers adding a map to to chart the movements of David in Charles Dickens’s David Copperfield.


The map is then loaded into Palladio which is a new tool for me. it “is a web-based platform for the visualization of complex, multi-dimensional data”.


Do check out this great resource. The book has seven chapters in total and all of them are interesting and worthwhile to read!

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