Digital methods are utilised by a variety of disciplines to capture and analyse data to for research purposes.
Digital humanities exists where there is an overlap between technology and the humanities and/or social sciences research.
Technologies/techniques for digital research include 3D design, visualisation, digital mapping, and data and text mining.
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