Blogbeitrag 3 Heute komme ich zurück auf die Posts Textanalyse mit linguistischen Tools, Teil 1 und Teil 2. Ich stelle einige weitere browserbasierte Werkzeuge vor, mit denen man eigene oder literarische Texte automatisiert analysieren kann. Das Webquest habe ich auch ergänzt.A) Statistik Tools: Textalyser, Text Content Analysis, Online PR- & Presse-Textanalyse Tool, Lemontree, Phrase Frequency Counter, HyperPo, Ranks NlnlB) Stilistik Tools: Wortliga, Homepageentwickler, e-LektoratC) Diverse Tools: Voyant und zehn Wordcloud Tools, Webcorp Live, Wortschatz Uni Leipzig, GrammatikprüfungGrundlage für die Musteranalysen der folgenden Screenshots ist dieses Mal ein schlechter Schüleraufsatz zum Thema "Bücher sind wie große Ferien".Die hier vorgestellten linguistischen Tools untersuchen Texte nach quantifizierbaren Kriterien; sie werten also nur aus, was sich zählen lässt. Auch im Bereich Data Mining dürften bald Techniken zur Verfügung stehen, die für schulische Zwecke anzupassen sind. A) Statistik Tools
Information counterfeits Home > Research Help > General Research Help Topics > Evaluating Internet Information > Information counterfeits Information and Its Counterfeits: Propaganda, Misinformation and Disinformation If counterfeiters put pictures of their family members on their handiwork, nobody would be fooled. What constitutes a good fake is how well it resembles the real thing. This document will help you be able to distinguish real information from its three lookalikes, or counterfeits: propaganda, misinformation and disinformation. Information This is probably what you're looking for when you use the Internet for academic purposes. For example, "8,000,000" and "9%" are not information; they are bits of data. Information should always be accurate and either free of bias or making note of its own bias. Propaganda Propaganda is a commonly misused term. Political campaign speeches and party political statements are often, in reality, a form of propaganda. Misinformation Urban legends, unlike Mr. Disinformation
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New Test for Computers - Grading Essays at College Level And then, instead of being done with that exam, imagine that the system would immediately let you rewrite the test to try to improve your grade. EdX , the nonprofit enterprise founded by Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to offer courses on the Internet, has just introduced such a system and will make its automated software available free on the Web to any institution that wants to use it. The software uses artificial intelligence to grade student essays and short written answers, freeing professors for other tasks. The new service will bring the educational consortium into a growing conflict over the role of automation in education. Anant Agarwal, an electrical engineer who is president of EdX, predicted that the instant-grading software would be a useful pedagogical tool, enabling students to take tests and write essays over and over and improve the quality of their answers. “There is a huge value in learning with instant feedback,” Dr. Dr. Mark D.
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Peter Ellis Jones — CUT, COPY, PASTE... SWAP As someone who uses a computer all day, cut, copy and paste are three of my most treasured friends. Every now and again though, I find myself needing to swap two pieces of text. It usually goes like this: Find and select text A and cutFind and select text B and paste text A next to itSelect text B and cut it.Go back to where text A was and paste text B in that spot And every time I do it, I’m slightly annoyed that this could be made slightly more efficient with the introduction of a new command, swap. Find and select text A and cutFind and select text B and swap, putting text A where text B was and storing text B in the clipboardGo back to where text A was and paste. So that’s what swap does. 1) Download Swap.workflow from here and save it to ~/Library/Services. 2) Open up System preferences, go to Keyboard, select the Shortcuts tab and click on Services in the select box on the right. That’s it!
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