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Simple Text Analysis Using Python – Identifying Named Entities, Tagging, Fuzzy String Matching and Topic Modelling | OUseful.Info, the blog...
performing simple entity extraction from a text; for example, when presented with a text document, label it with named entities (people, places, organisations); entity extraction is typically based on statistical models that rely on document features such as correct capitalisation of names to work correctly;
tagging documents that contain exact matches of specified terms: in this case, we have a list of specific text strings we are interested in (for example, names of people or companies) and … [more]
python  DigitalHumanities  DigitalHistory  topicmodelling  infovis  Dataviz  datamining  textmining  text  nlp  NER  ddj 
18 days ago by miaridge
TimeLineCurator
RT : Fascinated tonight experimenting with the TimeLineCurator browser-based tool: from UBC InfoVis group. @/jofu_
from twitter
5 weeks ago by miaridge
Twitter
A lovely example of creative ways to visualise spatial data
spatialhistory  infovis  from twitter
5 weeks ago by miaridge
7 data visualization techniques for location – Points of interest
RT : “7 data visualizations techniques for location”. Short but perhaps useful for students.
infovis  from twitter
8 weeks ago by miaridge
Big, Weird, and Pretty: Visualizing HAM Museum Data – Digital Storytelling
For our curation assignment, we explored Palladio, RawGraphs, and Tableau to reflect upon how these platforms could visualize our research questions for the Harvard Art Museums’ API. We asked probing questions about the collection’s provenance and provenience, including:

What is the relationship among accession year, date of first pageview, and last pageview?
What is the relationship among accession year, culture, and department?
What is the relationship between total unique… [more]
infovis  informationvisualisation  Dataviz  collectionsonline  onlinecollections 
may 2017 by miaridge
CollateX
CollateX is a software to

read multiple (≥ 2) versions of a text, splitting each version into parts (tokens) to be compared,
identify similarities of and differences between the versions (including moved/transposed segments) by aligning tokens, and
output the alignment results in a variety of formats for further processing, for instance
to support the production of a critical apparatus or the stemmatical analysis of a text's genesis… [more]
DigitalHumanities  DigitalHistory  textmining  infovis 
may 2017 by miaridge
What is Cytoscape?
Cytoscape is an open source software platform for visualizing molecular interaction networks and biological pathways and integrating these networks with annotations, gene expression profiles and other state data. Although Cytoscape was originally designed for biological research, now it is a general platform for complex network analysis and visualization.
visualisation  infovis  network 
may 2017 by miaridge
Impact of Social Sciences – Seeing Data: Visualisation design should consider how we respond to statistics emotionally as well as rationally.
Through focus group research, interviews, diary-keeping and other methods, we identified a range of factors which affect our engagements with data visualisations. These include:

Subject matter: when the subject matter speaks to our interests, we’re more likely to engage with data visualisations.
Source/location: when visualisations are encountered in already-trusted media that we view or read regularly, we are more likely to trust them; otherwise, we don’t.

Beliefs and … [more]
infovis  Dataviz  visualisation  informationvisualisation  Research 
may 2017 by miaridge
Twitter
RT : What happens when turns artists loose on its search data
infovis  from twitter
april 2017 by miaridge
visdom
A flexible tool for creating, organizing, and sharing visualizations of live, rich data. Supports Torch and Numpy.
infovis  Dataviz 
april 2017 by miaridge
nodegoat | Blog | Formulating Ambiguity in a Database
In this blog post we aim to share a couple of insights we gained over the past years that may be of help when you start using a database:

How to determine the scope of your research?
How to reference entries in a dataset and how to deal with conflicting sources?
How to deal with unknown/uncertain primary source material?
How to deal with unique/specific objects in a table/type?
How to use/import 'structured' data… [more]
nodegoat  infovis  dataviz  visualisation  interactive  howto  datamodelling 
april 2017 by miaridge
How to make better visualizations | MIT News
Among the top tips for aspiring data-viz designers:

Make your title count

While the “visuals” in your visualization are important, people actually spend the most time on the text — and, above all, your title. The study found that the strongest visualizations have titles that use concise, descriptive language to sum up the take-away message. ...“If a chart’s axes are labeled ‘temperature’ and ‘time,’ then ‘the evolution of temperature over time’ is much less meaningful… [more]
Dataviz  infovis  howto  design  tips  informationvisualisation 
march 2017 by miaridge
Beginners R Workshop
This workshop is meant for absolute beginners with little or no prior knowledge of programming language. The materials include presentation slides, hands-on activity one and two.
R  fornewbies  howto  programming  stats  infovis 
march 2017 by miaridge
ASAP Demo
RT : New preprint and demo for ASAP: automatic smoothing for time series visualization
infovis  from twitter
march 2017 by miaridge

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