Posts Tagged: Timeline

1.3 The German book production (1500—1699)

Last positing in this thread: Visual Literary History (2) Data http://positivists.org/r/simons-VD16-17.xlsx The following diagram is part of a book project on the history of literature. The data are derived from the German VD16 and VD17 online catalogues of all books

1.3 The German book production (1500—1699)

Last positing in this thread: Visual Literary History (2) Data http://positivists.org/r/simons-VD16-17.xlsx The following diagram is part of a book project on the history of literature. The data are derived from the German VD16 and VD17 online catalogues of all books

1.2 Our knowledge has gaps

Previous positing in this thread Visual Literary History (1) This posting’s diagram has been first published in 2001 and dates back into the year 1989. It is a diagram I produced to get a clearer picture of an unexpected search

1.2 Our knowledge has gaps

Previous positing in this thread Visual Literary History (1) This posting’s diagram has been first published in 2001 and dates back into the year 1989. It is a diagram I produced to get a clearer picture of an unexpected search

Charles J. Minard: Russian Campaign (1869)

This map (click to enlage) by Charles Joseph Minard (27 March 1781 – 24 October 1870 in Bordeaux) has become a classic and is available on Wikimedia Commons. It is partly a piece of infografics, partly a map, partly a

Charles J. Minard: Russian Campaign (1869)

This map (click to enlage) by Charles Joseph Minard (27 March 1781 – 24 October 1870 in Bordeaux) has become a classic and is available on Wikimedia Commons. It is partly a piece of infografics, partly a map, partly a

1.1 Visual Literary History: The Mechanics of Epochs

Visual Literary History (1) This is the first posting in a longer series of thoughts about literary history. Each of them will focus on a diagram, a visualisation, an illustration. I will publish these perspectives as a side product of

1.1 Visual Literary History: The Mechanics of Epochs

Visual Literary History (1) This is the first posting in a longer series of thoughts about literary history. Each of them will focus on a diagram, a visualisation, an illustration. I will publish these perspectives as a side product of