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Humlab Workshop: Introduction to text mining

Time Monday 2 November, 2020 at 09:00 - 12:00
Place Humlab H1 / ZOOM

Do you have digital text material that you want to explore on a larger scale? Are you curious about how your research could benefit from distant reading approaches? This workshop will guide you through the basics of text mining methods in the humanities and social sciences, and provide you with some hands-on skills in the program AntConc.
The workshop is suited for absolute beginners – previous experience needed. Bring your own laptop and an idea on what kind of material you would like to study further with computational methods! 
This workshop will include:
1. Short introducing lecture to text mining

2. Introduction to AntConc

[Coffee break]

3. Collaborative work in AntConc

Further questions:

Practical details

It will be possible to participate in this workshop physically in Humlab, or online through ZOOM.

When you sign up, you will get a formal confirmation with a ZOOM link.  

Organizer: Humlab
Event type: Workshop
Fredrik Norén
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Jon Svensson
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