Text Mining with TDM Studio Workbench: An Introduction Online
In this 1-hour workshop, TDM Studio experts will provide an overview of what TDM Studio is and how to get started with TDM Studio Workbench for your research project. You will have the opportunity to create a dataset related to your research topic and to begin analyzing that dataset within TDM Studio. We will use and run sample Jupyter Notebooks, written in Python, to look at word counts and word co-occurrences in your project dataset. No coding experience is needed for the workshop, and by the end of the workshop you will have: 1) Familiarity with using TDM Studio as well as 2) Starting, baseline results for a text analysis project. Which politicians have the most newspaper presence? Does this vary by specific newspaper titles? Which politicians co-occur together most frequently?
Related workshops in this series include:
- Teaching and Learning Text Mining with Geographic Analysis, November 13, 10-11am ET
- Sentiment Analysis Overview and State of the Art, December 4, 10-11am ET
- Monday, October 2, 2023
- 10:00am - 11:00am
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Virtual Workshop
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