Olga Scrivner

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Olga
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Scrivner
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My current research lies at the intersection of data visualization, text mining, corpus linguistics, quantitative methods and digital humanities. I am also interested in applying Virtual and Augmented Reality as educational tools.

Recent Content

Using R for Text Analysis

December 2 2015
Event
R is a statistical package used by many digital textual analysts to explore aspects of styelometry. Here at IU, we have an instance of the popular Rstudio running on Karst to facilitate work on large corpora. However, it is often helpful to begin work with a small test set (sometimes even a single...
Indiana University
Hazelbaker Hall (Wells Library E159)
Bloomington, IN
United States
Intro to web mapping with CartoDB

Intro to web mapping with CartoDB

October 28 2015
Event
CartoDB is a free, cloud based tool for mapping and data visualization. This workshop will take you through the steps of creating a map, including uploading and editing data, styling your map, and publishing. CartoDB can manage a myriad of data files and types, just drag-and-drop. Their library has...
Indiana University
Wells W144 (Learning Commons Classroom, SE corner)
Bloomington, IN
United States
Data is the New Black: Scholarship and citizenship in a connected world

Data is the New Black: Scholarship and citizenship in a connected world

October 13 2015
Event
Big data, big history, distant reading, the return of the longue durée—digital scholarship in the humanities favors large-scale and long-term approaches. Using data-driven methods, we can now explore texts and sources at previously unimaginable magnitudes, but do these experimental avenues of...
Indiana University
Wells’ Library’s Hazelbaker Hall
Bloomington, IN
United States

Social Media and Academic Freedom Workshop

February 20 2015
Event
As academics and educators, we are encouraged to actively participate in public conversations about policies, social and economic issues, and environmental concerns. For a growing number of academics, social media offers exciting new op-portunities for public engagement. Yet we have also witnessed...
Bloomington,
United States

Text Encoding Initiative Workshop Part 2: Introduction to Text Encoding

January 30 2015
Event
The Text Encoding Initiative Workshop, Part 2 will include an overview of the principles of text encoding and an introduction to XML (eXtensible Markup Language) and the Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange (TEI), a scholarly markup language expressed in XML. The TEI provides a...
Wells Library Room E159
Bloomington,
United States
Conference: Techie Women Have More

Conference: Techie Women Have More

March 6 2015 to March 7 2015
Event
CEWiT will once again host Techie Women Have More... , an annual technology conference on the IU-Bloomington campus on March 6 and 7, 2015. The goal of Techie Women Have More... is to provide women at all levels (faculty, staff, and students) with the opportunity to learn about & experience...
Indiana Memorial Union
Bloomington,
United States

Scalar Tutorial

January 20 2015
Event
In this workshop, we’ll be learning about the online publishing platform, Scalar . Scalar can be used to author all kinds of born-digital documents and embeds many kinds of media quite easily. The platform is built to support multi-authored documents and provided for reader commentary and...
Wells Library Room E159
Bloomington,
United States
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