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Krista Lepik 22 Aug 18
Sooo... there's a real lolcats taxinomy. I've been blind. TY, Crystal Abidin!
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Airi-Alina Allaste 24 Aug 18
‘We can’t read it all!’ ⁦⁩ lecture about distant reading.
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Andres Kimber Aug 25
"Digital Methods in Humanities and Social Sciences" summer school now starting with a keynote by on social media metrics and analytics Use to follow summer school
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Airi-Alina Allaste 23 Aug 18
Crystal Abidin about using shame to get the attention
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Andres Kimber Aug 26
Press release about the summer school
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Perrine Wynkel 23 Aug 18
Replying to @artjomshl
Excellent observation, but God is technically the most salient term in the corpus. The proof is in the pudding. Amen! 😉 
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Krista Lepik 24 Aug 18
So, you try to be funny? Listening to Anto Aasa about scholarly visualization.
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Perrine Wynkel 25 Aug 18
Replying to @Jan_Rybicki
This stemmer is definitely the main reason tourists descend upon Lancaster (and I accept full responsibility for the frenzy this question has induced)! 😉
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Airi-Alina Allaste 24 Aug 18
Anto Aasa is explaining how to prepare convincing visualization of data.
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Katrin Tiidenberg 23 Aug 18
Thanks for helping (Internet Celebrity, Understanding Fame Online) and me (Selfies, why we love (and hate) them) present our 📚
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Christian Ritter Aug 27
Great start to Day 2 of the Summer School on with Prof. Ruckenstein’s on the social life of the radar, broken data, and the agency of antidepressant medication !
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Innocent Kwame Bedi 22 Aug 18
very insightful presentations at UT summer school
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Monika Reppo 25 Aug 18
powerful keynote lecture on Distant Reading by to end the summer school
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Peeter Tinits Aug 29
Replying to @artjomshl
Part of a shift: let's not look at a few big things, but look at many small things at the time
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Christian Ritter Aug 26
Thanks to everyone who participated in the workshop Researching the Internet through at the Summer School on at Tartu University. The discussions on research projects and network visualizations were very inspiring.
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Anna Mayer 22 Aug 18
How interesting, . Thank you for these insights, .
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Peeter Tinits Aug 29
Replying to @artjomshl
Words are rare events that follow a distribution. For this, Burrows normalized the values across texts - what matters is if some words are unusually distributed in a text. So, use z-scores instead of raw numbers.
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Perrine Wynkel 22 Aug 18
The corpus linguistics with Python party is off to a superlative start: Jupyter Notebooks are up & running, Python fundamentals have been reviewed, and our corpus has been loaded & tokenized! 😎
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Artjoms Šeļa 23 Aug 18
Apparently Jesus is the best discriminator when we do topic modelling with forum data. Thank you, Lord!
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Peeter Tinits Aug 29
Replying to @artjomshl @versotym
Burrow's delta aka Manhattan distamce, explained on the example of the map of Manhattan!
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