We had a great DH Kitchen session today. Thanks to everyone for coming. As promised I’ve made the slides from the session and the relevant data available here.
I’ve also included the Project-pipeline-questionnaire to get you started on your text analysis projects. […]
Join us on February 13 at 2:30 p.m. in Reynolda 301 for the first DH Speaker Series event of 2015. Ryan Shaw (Assistant Professor of Information & Library Science at UNC-Chapel Hill) will give a talk titled “Sorry Things Are Such a Mess: Computational Text Analysis in Practice.”
Once a tool for the select […]
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