The Digital Humanities Studio is a mixed-use space dedicated to digital scholarship. The Studio has seating space for 9-12 people for project meetings or workshops. The Studio is also equipped with key technology for projects, including four computers with software such as R, Python, Gephi, ArcGIS, Nvivo, and Abbyy Fine Reader; 3D printing and scanning; a manuscript and book scanner; data visualization monitors; and podcasting station. The room is available for booking related to digital scholarship from 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday. If you want to use the technology or consult on a digital humanities project, contact Matthew Hannah at hannah8@purdue.edu. If you want to consult on a computational social sciences project, contact Trevor Burrows at dburrows@purdue.edu.1