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TALK/PLAY – TextLab Project in Practice

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March 2, 2016

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Rebecca Russell

TextLab is a Vertically Integrated Project at the University of Strathclyde involving students from the English Literature department and the Computer & Information Science department. 263 more words

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Horo-nopes, Part 1: "Today" and Some Other Words

A while back, and for reasons that have floated past my memory, I thought about Bertram Forer’s famous study using horoscopes.

For those not aware of what I’m talking about, I’ll give a quick summary. 878 more words

It's too late to apologize...

…for my delinquency. So I won’t. Nor will I promise to improve (though try I will). Instead, I’ll just dive right into what’s going on. Rather than attempt to catch you up chronologically, … 538 more words

Dating

HathiTrust Opens Entire Collection for Data Analysis

Data analysts, you’ve now got a huge dataset to swim around in: The entire HathiTrust collection. “The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC), a cooperative service of Indiana University, University of Illinois, and HathiTrust, has expanded its services to support computational research on the entire collection of one of the world’s largest digital libraries, held by HathiTrust. 47 more words

New Resources

Seeking reviewers for proposal on Hybrid Text Analysis

SAGE is seeking feedback on a prospectus for a text tentatively titled Hybrid Text Analysis: Humans and Machines Together, by Nicholas B. Adams, as part of the… 261 more words

Publishing

The life and times of Major Tom

Something fascinating about David Bowie’s career was his use of characters as a means of expression. A character would be used, almost spent, and then cast aside for the next character. 2,931 more words

New Frontiers of Culture and Text Analysis

In 1675, Mary Rowlandson was kidnapped by Native Americans from her home town of Lancaster, Massachusetts and became a prisoner of war.

She was held captive for 11 weeks and 5 days. 1,837 more words

Mary Rowlandson