The East Asian Digital Humanities Lab aims to serve as a starting point for scholars and students interested in digital scholarship in East Asian studies. It exhibits ongoing or completed DH projects that can be used as model and provides information about databases, tools and methods that are used in creating these projects. The rest of the site is arranged according to the usual workflow of digital humanists, starting from finding and managing data and moving subsequently to analysis and presentation.
"Thanks to the Buddhist Digital Resource Center (BDRC) and the Internet Archive, the world’s largest collection of Tibetan Buddhist literature is now available online. Dedicated to preserving and sharing Buddhist scholarship, the BDRC has archived over 15 million pages of Buddhist works since it was founded in 1999. Now, thanks to its collaboration with the Internet Archive, these texts will be available—free of charge—to an even wider audience."
Center for Open Data in the Humanities (CODH) is working on research and development for enhancing access to humanities data using the state-of-the-art technology in informatics and statistics, and at the same time constructing data platforms based on the idea of open science to promote trans-disciplinary participation of people with diverse backgrounds, thereby opening up new possibilities of research framework in digital humanities from data-driven perspectives