Visualizing Text: Getting Started with Text Analysis

You’ve heard of close reading, but how about distant reading? Want to learn how to visualize thematic patterns across Shakespeare’s plays? Presidential speeches? Newspaper articles? Thousands or millions of texts? This workshop will provide an introduction to some simple, free web-based tools for text analysis and visualizations that you can bring into your research and classes. No programming experience required.

Location: 
Tisch Library, Data Lab, Room 203
Date: 
Monday, February 11, 2019 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Data Lab Instructor: 
Annie Swafford

Today's
Hours

7:45am - 9:00pm

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Friday, April 19, 2019 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Location: Tisch Library, Data Lab, Room 203

Sick of using only PowerPoint to make presentations? Esri Story Maps are web applications that let authors combine beautiful, interactive maps with narrative text, striking images, and multimedia including video. Impress your professors, bosses or friends with these attractive and easy to use applications while bringing your story to life. Story maps can be embedded in web pages and truly up your presentation game!