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Python Text Analysis Workgroup

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Do you want to learn digital text analysis? Are you puzzled by terms like digital humanities and text mining? Then join the 2017-18 PYTHON TEXT ANALYSIS WORKGROUP! This workgroup is designed for anyone who wants to learn digital text analysis and integrate it into their research. In the Fall semester, we will work through a series of tutorials in the Python programming language to teach everyone the basics of digital text analysis. In the Spring semester, we will work together to develop more advanced projects. Participants may use their own computers, or they may use loaner Macbooks made available by the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities (IDRH). Everyone is welcome in this group; no prior programming experience is required. When: Every other Friday at 12pm. (8/25, 9/8, 9/22, 10/6, 10/20, 11/3, 11/17, and 12/1) Where: Watson 410A, the Digital Humanities Instruction Lab Who: the workgroup is coordinated by Jonathan P. Lamb, Assistant Professor of English and CRMDA Faculty Fellow



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