The Red Herring of Big Data « Brian Croxall
By Jerid Francom On March 12, 2014 · Leave a Comment · In Articles
Brian Croxall provides an informative and realistic look at what digital approaches to humanities can and cannot do.
- Data need interpretation
- Data don’t have to be big.
- Data aren’t always the answer
Tagged with: big data • close reading • distant reading • methods • textual analysis • word frequency
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