Digital humanities have opened new doors for scholars to study trends and patterns in large amounts of data. However, these studies often require coding skills and technical knowledge, which can be intimidating for humanities scholars. Masaki Morisawa, senior product manager from Gale Asia, will teach you how to conduct statistical and natural language analysis on thousands of historical texts such as newspaper backfiles, government documents, and more. [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]
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