Information for Authors

  1. In order to hand in manuscripts, authors need to register (send us an email)

  2. The manuscript has to be an MS word document, 12 points Times New Roman, and has to include:

    • title of article

    • name of author(s)

    • abstract (max. 200 words)

    • 5 keywords (select at least 3 from the keyword list below; you can add 2 valid keywords which are not yet listed)

    • main text (max. 6000 words; the text should be divided into subsections with short headings. No second level headings and no emphasizing in italics, bold or underline)

    • endnotes (see also point 6.-8. below)

    • bibliography

    • short cv of author(s) + correspondence email adress.

    • images (high resolution) + image captions (including reference to image rights)

    • (optional: other media e.g. videos, supplementary material, see also point 5. below)

  3. Upload the manuscript as MS Word document to the publication system together with the author's name, correspondence email-address, institutional affiliation, abstract (max. 200 words) and keywords.

  4. Images are highly appreciated and should be provided separately in high resolution.

  5. Supplementary materials, such as videos and data sets, can be submitted in standard file formats as online resources (hosted at HeiDATA Dataverse Network).

  6. For citation, please use the Chicago Manual of Style. Footnotes should be kept brief. No French quotation marks.

  7. If you quote from a previous issue of the journal, please use the doi that you find at "How to cite item" at the right of each article.

  8. Footnote signs should be placed without space behind the punctuation. Possible acknowledgements are to be put in the first footnote.

  9. Please use American English spelling throughout the text.

  10. Articles are subject to a peer review process.

Please also note: Images from other sources should be fully acknowledged in the caption. Written permission must be sought for both print and electronic reproduction by the author. Color images may be converted to black and white for print. Authors are encouraged to submit high resolution images for consideration as a cover. Such images are selected for their scientific interest and aesthetic appeal. Please include a clear and concise legend explaining the image. We accept no liability for unsolicited manuscripts and pictures. Authors agree to the terms and conditions and assure that the submission is free of third parties rights. The author grants a royalty-free and irrevocable right to freely publish documents submitted.



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accessibility, archaeology, architectural history, architecture, artistic productivity, artwork


big data, big image data, browser application, Building Information Modelling (BIM)


classification, collections, computer vision, Computer-Aided-Design (CAD), conservation, contemporary art, contemporary visual culture, convolutional neural networks, cultural analytics, cultural heritage, culturomics


DAH community, data mining, data visualization, data-driven narratives, deep learning, design process, digital art, digital/digitized, direct visualization, distant viewing, drawing


early modern architecture, early modern art, exhibition/presentation


facial recognition, feature extraction, frame theory


GLAM institutions, growing entourage plot


hackathon, historiography


image rights, information retrieval, informational aesthetics, infrastrucures, installation, interactive, interdisciplinary collaboration, interface, inventory catalogue


long tail


machine learning, mapping, media art, media theory, meta image, metadata, metadiscourse, methodology, metric learning, mixed-method, mnemosyne, multimedia


network analysis


painting, pattern recognition, photogrammerty, photography, portrait, post-spline digital style, predictive analytics, print production


quantative methods


scholarly publishing, scholarly workflow, serendipity, signal processing, slice histogram, social media content


teaching DAH


uncertainty, urbanism, user interface


vernacular visual media, video/moving image, virtual reality, visionary, visual thinking