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Text Mining and Analysis in the Humanities

This guide provides background information on data and text mining

Ted Underwood (University of Illinois, Urbana) "Piketty's Model: Literary History Without Fixed Objects"

Matthew L. Jockers (U. Nebraska Lincoln): The Ancient World in 19th Century Fiction: a Macroanalysis. Filmed at the University at Buffalo, SUNY.

Mark Algee-Hewitt: Romancing the Novel: Large Scale Text Analysis in the Humanities

Franco Moretti (Stanford University): "Large-scale dynamics in the literary field",

ACRL/Choice Webinars: Text and Data Mining Library Content