Workshop at Cornell University Library: "Visualize Your Writing!": An introduction to basic algorithmic text analysis.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm

Part of the Conversations in Digital Humanities series.

From the Conversations in Digital Humanities website: 

Take a break and drop by Olin 702, bringing whatever text you’re writing or reading, in digital format.  We’ll set you up to run algorithmic analyses of your work using simple tools.  Stick around to discuss your results, and to debate the merits and uses (intellectual, communicational, pedagogical) of such algorithmic investigations.

Digital Scholarship Coffee hours are informal drop-in events that take place in Olin Library 702.  Targeted primarily at graduate students in the humanities, but open to anyone from the Cornell community, these events offer an opportunity to explore fun, interesting, or useful digital tools and discuss ideas related to digital scholarship in an open, unstructured way.


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