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ePADD: Opening the world of email research through NLP -- nlp4arc, 2017

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Presentation delivered at nlp4arc, hosted by UNC Chapel Hill and BitCurator on 3 Feb 2017.

ePADD is free and open-source software developed by Stanford University's Special Collections & University Archives and partners that lets individuals and institutions appraise, process, analyze and make available for research email of potential historical or cultural value.

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ePADD: Opening the world of email research through NLP -- nlp4arc, 2017

  1. 1. @e_PADD Opening the world of email research through NLP 2017 Feb 03
  2. 2. ePADD Overview
  3. 3. Four Modules
  4. 4. Analysis Options
  5. 5. Name Resolution
  6. 6. Lexicons
  7. 7. Image Browsing
  8. 8. Named Entity Recognition
  9. 9. Fine-grained Entities
  10. 10. Authority Reconciliation
  11. 11. Query Generator
  12. 12. Query Generator
  13. 13. Discovery Module
  14. 14. Edit Entities Interface
  15. 15. Advanced Search
  16. 16. Advanced Search
  17. 17. Future Development  Cross collection search  Annotation management  Exporting correspondents/ named entities as LOD  Support for preservation  Possibly: shared discovery or public delivery service
  18. 18. Community Development Forums Use cases User stories Lexicon working group Software development
  19. 19. Other Resources Website User guide Forums Github
  20. 20. Josh Schneider Community Manager Josh.schneider@stanford.edu https:/library.stanford.edu/projects/epadd https://epadd.nimeyo.com/ @e_padd epadd_project@stanford.edu

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