NB: We don't store your data. And when you leave the active window, your session is gone!
The videos below, narrated by our Project Coordinator Mark Braude, will walk you through the basics of Palladio. Soon we will post more detailed documentation. Until then, jump in and try it with your own data or test drive Palladio with a small sample data set.
Try Palladio with pre-loaded data. We have prepared a sample instance of Palladio with a small subset (just the year 1633) of Galileo Galilei's correspondence. This data was contributed by Paula Findlen (PI) and Hannah Marcus. You can learn more about their research on Galileo at Mapping the Republic of Letters.
If you are new to Palladio, we recommend that you view the video demonstrations above first.Test Drive
Send your questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.orgThis project is an early phase of "Networks in History" funded by the Office of Digital Humanities at the National Endowment for the Humanities.