Sound Studies and Methods Working Group #GCDISound

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Sound Studies and Methods Working Group #GCDISound

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This Group’s Tools

Members of this group use 3 tools from TAPoR:

  • A text editor designed for use by software developers and web designers to edit, search, and manipulate text. BBEdit provides native support for several programming and scripting languages. Third party custom modules are available, created by users, to handle languages that are not supported in the native application.Features: Multi-file text searchingScriptingSyntax highlighting for ANSI C, C++, CSS, Fortran (through Fortran 95), HTML, Java, JavaScript, JSP, Object Pascal, Objective-C, Objective-C++, Perl, PHP, Python, Rez, Ruby, Setext, SQL, Tcl, Tex, UNIX shell scripts, XML and YAMLLearn more on tapor.ca

    Used by group member Elizabeth RosalenShow all users
  • Omeka is a content management system designed for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions.Omeka falls at a crossroads of Web Content Management, Collections Management, and Archival Digital Collections Systems. Omeka is designed with non-IT specialists in mind, allowing users to focus on content and interpretation rather than programming. It brings Web 2.0 technologies and approaches to academic and cultural websites to foster user interaction and participation. It makes top-shelf design easy with a simple and flexible templating system. Its robust open-source developer and user communities underwrite Omeka‚Äôs stability and sustainability.Omeka allows users to publish cultural heritage objects, extend its functionality with themes and plugins, and curate online exhibits with digital objects.Learn more on tapor.ca

    Used by group member Felix Bayode OkeShow all users
  • Tableau Public is a free data visualization tool aimed at online publishers and academics. It can be used to create an interactive visualization, and also enables users to publish it to the web as an embed or share it via a link. Users must download the desktop interface, and all projects created through the system are saved remotely to the Tableau Public server rather than to the user's local machine. It is availabe for both Windows and OS X, and has a visual interface with a simple drag and drop process.Learn more on tapor.ca

    Used by group member Elizabeth RosalenShow all users