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What is Topic Modeling? If you are like me you may never have heard of this term until now and that is why it caught my attention this week. Scott B. Weingart described Topic Modeling as, "Topic models represent a class of computer programs that automagically extract topics from texts."... Continue reading
I read two articles this week: one on Minimalism within computers and the second on Digital Humanities are used for Social Good. Normally you would not think that these two could be connected. But if you think about them in way of a timeline they could be. Think about how... Continue reading
--First I am sorry I have been absent on our blogging. Hopefully I am able to get a new rutine going for the remainder of the semester.-- For this weeks reading what struck me as most interesting (by the title atleast and a wuick glance over)was the article on the... Continue reading
This weeks reading that caught my attention was an article from a forum of debates in the digital humanities on Public, First by Sheila A Brennan, and a set of power point slides by Rick Prelinger on We are the new archivist: artisans, activist, cinephiles, citizens. The connection I came... Continue reading
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Sep 11, 2018
This class has me thinking of what Digital Humanities mean to me. I have always thought of everything on the web as just information, not exactly what category it fits into. With using the various tools from this week and last weeks class: Voyant, DREaM, Paper Machines, and Sentiment Analysis... Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 11, 2018 at issues and methods in digital humanities
One of the topics of reading from last week for class that caught my attention was the idea of Distant Reading. Made me think, "Huh, is there more types of reading than what I grew up knowing?" For our reading this week we read: “Forum: Text Analysis at Scale” in... Continue reading
This class has me thinking of what Digital Humanities mean to me. I have always thought of everything on the web as just information, not exactly what category it fits into. With using the various tools from this week and last weeks class: Voyant, DREaM, Paper Machines, and Sentiment Analysis... Continue reading
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Aug 24, 2018