This is only a brief sampling of sources for data sets and texts offered in more or less "ready to use" form. For links to many more, try:
If you are working with maps and data to be overlaid on maps, start at the Clark Library! They provide maps and data, as well as software and consultations and classes to help you learn to put it all together.
The Clark Map library has compiled many data sources on their LibGuide GIS, Map and Statistics: Japan.
Digital humanities is still a new field, and there are many different ways to define and approach the term. Basically, it refers to using digital, data-analysis style tools to do research on humanities topics.
Technical skills and concepts likely to come up in any digital humanities work.
[will probably update as I work on "Resources by Topic"]
Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or specialists to make an appointment to consult about your research by using digital tools. We are happy to teach you Digital Humanities tools to fit to your research needs.
Text analysis - Alix Keener Digital Scholarship Librarian
ScholarSpace 2nd floor Hatcher North - you can get technical help to use basic tools, such as scanning, ORC, etc.
Digital Media Commons on North Campus
This LibGuide owes a great deal to some other wonderful guides: