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Introduction to Zero-Code Text Analysis (online RCR; GS717.08)

This digital humanities RCR workshop focuses on the kinds of textual analysis that are possible using concordances, collocates, measures of distinctiveness (e.g., tf-idf) and other tools of style or content analysis based on the characteristics of tokens (words) within documents relative to general characteristics of a corpus. We will look at how these techniques have been used in research, and participants will learn how to undertake some basic types of automated textual analysis using the Orange data analysis platform. No coding is required, and no previous experience with text analyitics is expected.

Students who wish to follow this introductory course with an hands-on session can register for the in-person lab, GS717.09.

Date:
Thursday, October 5, 2023
Time:
9:00am - 11:00am
Categories:
Digital Humanities   Digital Scholarship   ScholarWorks  

Registration is required. There are 55 seats available.

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Will Shaw

Digital Humanities Consultant, Duke University Libraries