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Libraries! Most Frequent Terms in #WLIC2016 Tweets (part IV)

This is part IV. For necessary context, methodology, limitations, please see here (part 1),  here (part 2), and here (part 3).

Since this was published and shared for the first time I may have done new edits. 2,020 more words

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Facebook Releases fastText As Open Source

More open source! Facebook has released fastText on GitHub. “Every day, billions of pieces of content are shared on Facebook. To keep up with the data, Facebook has been using a variety of tools to classify text. 46 more words

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Post 4: Seeing Data

Image caption: ‘Seeing Data’ – a data visualisation project about the news coverage of different migrant groups over seven years (CLEVER° FRANKE 2015)

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What's in a Word? Most Frequent Terms in #WLIC2016 Tweets (part III)

This is part three. For necessary context please start here (part 1) and here (part 2). The final, fourth part is here.

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Most Frequent Terms in #WLIC2016 Tweets (part II)

The first part of this series provides necessary context.

I have now an edited list of the top 50 most frequent terms extracted from a cleaned dataset comprised of 10,721 #WLIC2016 Tweets published by 1,760 unique users between Monday 15/08/2016 10:11:08 EDT and Wednesday 17/08/2016 07:16:35 EDT. 336 more words

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For we are young and free speech is illegal?

Free speech is being choked out of us by restrictive laws! You can’t say anything anymore! Torch the Racial Discrimination Sections 18c and 18d!

While it may be true that the social consequences of ‘you can’t say that!’ are getting trickier to navigate, the legal restrictions on ‘free speech’ in the Racial Discrimination Act (1975) are actually quite straight forward. 1,442 more words

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What Library Folk Live Tweet About: Most Frequent Terms in #WLIC2016 Tweets

Part 2 is  here, part 3  here and the final, fourth part is here.

IFLA stands for The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. 534 more words

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