In text analysis using R one of the first things to do before starting your analysis is preparing the text. To do so we need a few lines of code to prepare the text, there is a way to automate this code for a whole directory but this being the first one we will do it as if you were interested in one text. 218 more words
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The latest project is a little XML processing to support a digital archive that I’ve become involved with through my grad school studies. What I’m fighting with at the moment is how to take what I would term a “marker” element—one that marks a specific spot in the text, but encloses no other elements or text nodes—and turn it into an enclosing element that surrounds some of its ancestors. 225 more words
Just in time before the weekend some impressions from WebMontag Göttingen and the Berlin Einstein-Zirkel Workshop.
Once a month a group of Digital Humanities enthousiasts gathers in the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities (GCDH) for Webmontag or Webmonday. 571 more words