Humanities for All has collected nearly 2,000 digital humanities projects. This repository is quite possibly the first of its kind and provides a wealth of information about who is producing DH projects, who funds them, and what kinds of topics are being explored. My data analysis is especially focused on who is doing the work and who is funding the work.
These 2,000 projects cover a wide variety of topics, as evidenced by their titles and descriptions. My analysis here consists of two pieces: name entity recognition and word frequency analysis. These two sets of text draw out important terms that can be used to improve discovery and can be used to draw new connections across projects.