Digital Humanities platforms

You can use several platforms for Digital Humanities research. With your Solis ID you have access to the I-Aanalyzer and the Gale Digital Scholar Lab. You can also visit various open platforms, such as Mediasuite, Delpher and CLARIN Resource families.


The I-Analyzer was designed by the Digital Humanities Lab of the Faculty of Humanities. With this tool you can perform text mining in different corpora, with one interface. You can also unlock new corpora.
For more information about the I-Analyzer and the collections it contains, please contact the DH Lab.

Gale Digital Scholar Lab

The Gale Digital Scholar Lab is a Digital Humanities platform developed by Gale Cengage publishing house. It allows you to easily create, manage, organize and share content sets. The platform includes extensive manuals and knowledge clips explaining how to use the lab.
The Gale Digital Scholar Lab is accessible through the Humanities search engines.

CLARIAH Media Suite

The CLARIAH Media Suite facilitates access to key Dutch media collections (among others: collection of The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, EYE Film Museum collections, DANS oral history interview collections and collections from the Open Images Project). It provides you with advanced multimedia search and analysis tools. You can log into the Media Suite with your Solis-ID.


Delpher contains millions of digitized texts from Dutch newspapers, books and magazines that you can search word for word. The texts are from the collections of various scientific institutions, libraries and heritage institutions. They are freely accessible.

CLARIN Resource Families

CLARIN Resource Families provides a user-friendly overview of an number of language resources for researchers from digital humanities, social sciences and human language technologies. The overviews are organized according to the types of data in the resources and include listings sorted by language. The listings include the most important metadata and brief descriptions, as well as links to download pages and concordancers, whenever available.


Contact Digital Humanities Support via the contact form or email.

Contact form (Solis-ID)