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Humlab Workshop: Digital Text analysis

Time Wednesday 30 October, 2019 at 09:00 - 12:00
Place Humlab, Main Campus

This lecture will first present some basic theoretical implications of what it means for the humanities to enter an era of increasing amount of digitized text collections, and with more accessible and sophisticated digital text tools.

Second, we will show some basic tools for digital text analysis, for example Voyant, topic modeling with Mallet or named entity recognition (depending on requests from the participants). You can bring your own computer and text collection. We hope that this lecture/workshop will generate rewarding hands-on as well as theoretical discussions.

Organizer: Humlab
Event type: Workshop
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Fredrik Norén
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Johan Jarlbrink
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Jon Svensson
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