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East India Company

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This review looks at the scholarly uses and highlights of the East India Company database from Adam Matthews. Of particular note, this database uses the proprietary and innovative Handwritten Text Recognition program developed by Adam Matthews, a valuable software with exciting possibilities in the future of digital and traditional studies in the humanities. In this review I focus on four specific elements of the database discussing the scholarly and contextualizing essays written by consulting scholars, the effectiveness of the Handwritten Text Recognition software, the organization and structure of the content, and the value of the included visualization tools within the database.

Publication date: July 1, 2019

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