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To Kill A Mockingbird Blog Post #2

So this week for GHEnglish we were tasked with reading To Kill A Mockingbird from chapters 10 to 14, and a lot went down in just five chapters! 1,156 more words

Reflection

SLJ: JSTOR Text Analyzer

From Joyce Valenza at School Library Journal: JSTOR Text Analyzer. “JSTOR Labs recently announced Text Analyzer. If you have access to the JSTOR database, you’ll want share this new search strategy with your students and faculty. 39 more words

Useful Stuff

Discovering Patterns in Language

Regular expressions. are powerful metamathematical tools, advanced techniques for matching patterns in a text or multiple texts — something fun and something useful. They are concise chunks of cryptic characters that can search a single text or multiple texts for precise patterns. 461 more words

Language

Digital analysis of a blog

What can distant reading say about a blog, when we know its theme and we follow it either from the author’s side or that of the reader? 804 more words

Loose Thoughts

English language paper one - mode analysis

The mode continuum, used to asses whether language is spoken or written or a hybrid of both, due to its spoken and written features and your ability to analyse them… 32 more words

A Levels

Sentiment Analysis - Using Alteryx + Azure Cognitive Services + Tableau

What better than having complete sentiment analysis done without writing any codes as such for it. Exploring more about Alteryx, next in pipeline was the more advanced features provided by Alteryx for Text Analytics. 300 more words

Alteryx

To Kill A Mockingbird Blog Post #1

FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF THE BOOK:

I’m really enjoying To Kill A Mockingbird, which I think is really encouraging! We’ve only  had to read chapters 1-9 so far (if it’s been a while since you’ve read the book you can check out the summary for the chapters… 1,305 more words

Reflection