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A gentle introduction to historical data analysis It's surprisingly easy to use tools to explore texts and greatly improve research efficiency and open new research doors. The following techniques are incredibly useful for a small to intermediate amount of text. These techniques do not scale up to handle huge amounts of data, but then again most historians don't work with huge amounts of data. One example is using Voyant to explore a single text or set of texts. Let's say I want to explore the use of poison in the 19th century. First, we need digitized source material that might tell us something. Site Tour — Better Online Bookmarking! Pinboard is a personal archive for things you find online and don't want to forget. The site has been around since July 2009 and has about 25,000 active users. Why Pinboard? Here are thirteen great reasons to use Pinboard: Pinboard is very fast, even if you have tens of thousands of bookmarks or tags.You can sync bookmarks from many outside sites, including Twitter, Instapaper, and Pocket.You can connect up to three Twitter accounts and get a searchable archive of your tweets. The site is reliable.
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Tools for Exploring Text: Natural Language Processing Natural language processing (NLP), also known as computational linguistics, is a set of models and techniques for analyzing text computationally. In the context of the digital humanities, it can help take a question that a literary scholar or historian might ask of a body of text, and help turn it into a quantitative hypothesis. In a previous post, I talked about how visualization can be used to get a sense of text; this is the next in the series.
Raskin: Go Beyond the Finder Earlier this week we took a look at TotalFinder, a reserved but incredibly useful Finder replacement that uses a tabbed interface to augment your typical file browsing experience. Today we’re going to follow that up with something that’s not a subtle change but a completely re-imagined file browser like nothing else you’ve ever used: Raskin. Intrigued? You should be. Raskin? As in… Word Tree A word tree is a visual search tool for unstructured text, such as a book, article, speech or poem. It lets you pick a word or phrase and shows you all the different contexts in which it appears. The contexts are arranged in a tree-like branching structure to reveal recurrent themes and phrases.