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Ferdowsi - The Book of Kings

The Book of Kings, the Shahnameh, is an iconic epic of Persian culture, written by Ferdowsi (sometimes transcribed “Firdausi”) around the turn of the previous millennium (ca AD 977-1010). 203 more words

Literature

William Shakespeare in a Word Cloud

Word or tag clouds seem to be quite popular at the moment. Although their analytical power might be limited, they do serve an aesthetic purpose and, for example, could be put on the cover page of a thesis or a presentation using the content of your work or the literature you went through. 1,297 more words

News

Finding Spatial Patterns in Twitter using ArcGIS, Python, and R

With sites like Twitter and Facebook allowing users to share their thoughts, locations, and even their breakfasts at the touch of a button, social media sites are a treasure trove of user data. 1,146 more words

Reading the Bible Better: Developing a Strategy for Interpreting Scripture

For the four years that I worked on my dissertation, it was my daily effort to read the Bible well. (N.B. This same priority continues to motivate my preaching and writing today too). 1,150 more words

Bible

Stanford's Natural Language Processing Software: Text Tagging and Finding Named Entities

Introduction

Stanford Natural Language Processing (NLP) group at Stanford University has an open suite of language analysis tools that are available for the public to use. 997 more words

Tutorials

Stanford's Natural Language Processing Software: Text Tagging and Finding Named Entities

Introduction

Stanford Natural Language Processing (NLP) group at Stanford University has an open suite of language analysis tools that are available for the public to use. 997 more words

Tutorials

Some ad-hoc fuzzy name matching within Police databases

A repeated annoying task I have had to undertake is take a list of names and date-of-births and match them to a reference set. This can happen when you try to merge data from different sources. 1,866 more words

Data-manipulation