Presenting data

One of the most important questions I ask myself when analyzing data is how to present this data to the audience. Data visualization means using bar graphs, dot plots, and line charts. This process will allow researchers to understand their data better and represent it. In this essay, I am discussing different techniques that could… Continue reading Presenting data


The use of computers in Art history is related to the mid-1960s when the art historian Jules Prown used Yale University’s computer lab to understand the relationship between the social and economic factors and the sitter’s preferences in portraiture of John Singleton Copley’s. After a few years, computers and digital tools became part of Art… Continue reading Data

 Spatial History: Mapping Places

Each humanity research should include a map to help the reader understand where this project originated. With the new technology, mapping software developers and digital maps now help researchers answer complicated questions that couldn’t be answered before. One example is the GIS software that allows the scholar to identify spatial analysis questions. This essay reflects… Continue reading  Spatial History: Mapping Places