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Text-mining as a Research Tool in the Humanities and Social Sciences

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Ryan Shaw (School of Information & Library Science, UNC Chapel Hill) provides an overview and a critique of text-mining projects, and discusses project design, methodology, scope, integrity of data ...

Ryan Shaw (School of Information & Library Science, UNC Chapel Hill) provides an overview and a critique of text-mining projects, and discusses project design, methodology, scope, integrity of data and analysis as well as preservation. This presentation will help scholars understand the research potential of text mining, and offer a summary of issues and concerns about technology and methods.

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