Since the beginning of human stories, the humanities and social sciences have elegantly developed, intertwining with our history from civilization's first light. The recent surge in digital humanities and social sciences (DHSS) data, including digitized ancient texts and long-term surveys, presents both challenges and opportunities to better comprehend cultural, historical, and human intricacies.
Our team have been working with experts in diverse disciplines, including history, sociology, political science, and communication, to pioneer cutting-edge visual analytics techniques that facilitate the understanding of complex social problems and cultural phenomena. We have delved into an extensive array of topics, including but not limited to the protection of cultural heritage, quantitative history, social mobility and inequality, the science of science, and so on. We strive to make seminal contributions to research endeavors that utilize big data and visualization to enhance studies in DHSS.