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Of the Digital Humanities considered as a Jazz ensemble

Schöch, Christof (30 mars 2014)

From the William P. Gottlieb Collection, see: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/gottlieb.06851. We frequently speak of Digital Humanities projects - in which people from one or several disciplines such as literary studies, musicology and/or art history work together with colleagues from computer science ...

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Poetic Justice by Amanda Cross (Computers and Literature in Fiction, 2)

Schöch, Christof (31 déc. 2012)

Some time ago, I briefly reported on reading Mr Penumbra's 24-hour bookstore by Robin Sloan, the recent fantasy-mystery novel in which the contrast between the all-digital and old-style book culture was played out in the most entertaining way. Back then, I was wondering whether there were more such ...

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Bibliography on Text Analysis, particularly Stylometry and Topic Modelling

Schöch, Christof (26 sept. 2012)

[Update, 2012-01-28: The bibliography has changed its name, has received a new URL, and has been thoroughly reorganized. All stuff related to text analysis is now in the collection called, well, "Analysis". The tagging system has been simplified, too.] Release early, release often, and talk about it ...

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Annotation, or: it doesn't always have to be quantitative analysis

Schöch, Christof (23 juin 2013)

Up to now - and this means for its first year, my first post here dating from 12 months ago - this blog has been primarily concerned, with respect to text analysis, with quantitative approaches. However, this is of course only one part of computational text analysis, and computationally supported ...

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Connecting our Tools, or: Stylometry and Network Analysis made easy

Schöch, Christof (7 mai 2013)

Do you like stylometry, and maybe have tried out the scripts for R provided by the Computational Stylistics Group? And do you like visualisation, and maybe have played around a bit with Gephi, the network visualisation tool? I suppose it's rather likely that you have, as a reader of this blog, or at ...

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Große Sprünge und konzentrische Ringe, oder: Stephen Ramsay über Daten, Texte, Interpretationen

Schöch, Christof (17 nov. 2012)

(The following blog post is in German, because it reflects on an excellent talk by Stephen Ramsay, "Stanley and me", which most of my readers outside Germany will have read anyway; it has been retweetet thorougly on Twitter and was Digital Humanities Now's Editor's Choice some days ago. Sorry folks, ...

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Heterogeneous Humanities, or: Do the Digital Humanities work in a "Mode 2" way of knowledge production?

Schöch, Christof (11 janv. 2013)

For a while now, I have been wondering how working with digital data, tools and methods changes the way we work in the humanities. Qualitative tagging of literary phenomena leads to a formalization of them and to the ability to model complex phenomena, for example. And quantitative text analysis can ...

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Mining Queneau and the Encyclopédie (or: back from the break)

Schöch, Christof (21 sept. 2012)

When I went on a short holiday in August, I did not expect it would be the beginning of such a long break in my blogging activities here. Well, I have been busy! And busy mostly with things that are related less to text analysis and rather to text encoding. (Of course, a blog post in itself would be ...

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Extracting selected text from XML files using lxml in Python

Schöch, Christof (26 avr. 2014)

As you can probably guess from the title, this post is a companion piece to another recent post dealing with the creation of simple TEI from HTML in Python (actually, using Python as a wrapper to several Regular Expressions). Once you have created such TEI files, have annotated them more richly by ...

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Topic Modeling with MALLET: Hyperparameter Optimization

Schöch, Christof (14 nov. 2016)

This is a short technical post about an interesting feature of Mallet which I have recently discovered or rather, whose (for me) unexpected effect on the topic models I have discovered: the parameter that controls the hyperparameter optimization interval in Mallet. ((Another recent discovery, by the ...

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