Accessing, Analysing and Deposting// Research with digital speech and textdata is a challenge for the humanities and social sciences:
- Research results should be reproducible and accessible for a long time
- Primary data and results should be accessible for further analysis, and easy to locate, and
- for analyzing many automized tools are available - they should be used according to standard methods.
The research infrastructure of CLARIN-D supports the humanities and social sciences in making their digital resources available. This is sustainable, open and interoperable.
At the third workshop of the CLARIN-D discipline specific working groups, scholars of various disciplines meet together to exchange perspetives of using digital infrastructures. The focus is the development of common methods and best practices for the digital humanities. The discipline specific working groups invite interested parties to join this workshop in Leipzig from June 30th to July 1st, 2015.