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Workshop on Quantitative Text Analysis for the Humanities and Social Sciences: April 8 and 9, 2016

Workshop on Quantitative Text Analysis for the Humanities and Social Sciences  

 

April 8

Invited talks
Paul Baker
(Lancaster University, UK)  on Keyword Analysis  Blurb 

Václav Cvrček (Charles University, Czech Republic) on the theory behind keyword analysis  Blurb 

Brian  Croxall (Brown University) on Topic Modeling using Ernest Hemingway's texts  Blurb 

Talks will be followed by discussions and hands-on experience in the afternoon

April 9 

Resources at the Institute of the Czech National Corpus, Charles University in Prague (Václav Cvrček) 

 Case Study Talks Using Corpora Data: Neil Bermel (Sheffield University, UK), Lida Cope (East Carolina University), Masako Fidler (Brown University) 

Presentations will be followed by discussions

Contact: [email protected] for questions.

Sponsored by the Center for Digital Scholarship at the Brown University Library, the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Department of Slavic Studies at Brown University.  Funded in part by the Charles K. Colver Lectureship and the C. V. Starr Foundation Lectureship (from the Office of the Dean of the Faculty), the International Association of Teachers of Czech, The Czech National Corpus Institute at Charles University  in Prague, the Henry Kučera Lectureship/Department of Slavic Studies, and the Center for Language Studies, Brown University.