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And my next sentence was “That’s great; they can establish the facts.”
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Whose Line Is It Anyway? I wrote about the intellectual history of network visualization for
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Calming image of the day.
Isaac Israels, Two women on the beach, c. 1923-34
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A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age
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RT : ‘Welsh criminal history is under-researched, and 'Crime, Courts and Community in Mid-Victorian Wales' opens a new w…
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I don't think that amazed feeling of "Woooooooo, I did it, I'm a doctor!" ever entirely goes away.
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It's been a while since I've looked at the research and I can't remember if any studies of /18th c infa…
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Important cautionary thread about historical twittering, chiming with brilliant recent posts by (…
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Well yes, but this began under Nixon fifty years ago so it isn’t new. The only thing that is new, is that it’s help…
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DAHC Project 1: Distant Reading - Google Docs
e.g. I drew up a self-guided intro to text analysis using Lexos here:
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Comparing values is a fundamental and critical task in any data analysis. And yet, so many subtleties! A visual met…
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There once was a package called lime,
Whose models were simply sublime,
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RT : 140 yrs ago Eadweard Muybridge took this series of images of a racehorse in motion. A former governor of…
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Preliminary outcomes from the National Forum on Text Data Mining with Limited Access Data: .…
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Given Sir Christopher Chope's blocking of the upskirting bill, I think the only just response is to rename it in po…
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RT : I ❤ this panicky c17th pamphlet about how female MPs would just pass 'merrie Lawes' allowing them to roam about bei…
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RT : This month in London riotous history: weeks of unrest over food prices, 1595
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RT : Subtlety is overrated; sandwiches are not.
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Turns out if you run a topic model on coroners inquests, it's really confused between verdicts of homicide and natu…
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Loïs Mailou Jones (1905-1998), influential African-American artist of the Harlem Renaissance
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Introducing dbx: a fast, easy-to-use database library for R. High performance batch operations, upserts, and more 🔥…
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I keep reading Jay Bernard's reflections on Grenfell, 1977, & 1981 New Cross fire. Thinking of historical forms of…
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If you've ever wished that your topics wouldn't replicate metadata you already have... this the paper for you!
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Big fan of the Victorian criminal who had a tattoo saying "long live France and french fried potatoes"
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my recent conference paper: petitions from 19th cent. women serving life for killing their children. 'Female petit…
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So, DHy folks sometimes chuck around 'Bayesian probability' when doing stats things. I've struggled for years to ge…
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And stay for the fireworks at the very end! "…polemic of the kind that typically surrounds the digital humanities,…
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Mortsafes protected the newly dead from the terror of the anatomists knife. But how did they keep the bodysnatchers…
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("Terracotta group of two women," British Museum)
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Hooray, pkg naniar 0.3.1 "Strawberry's Adventure" is out on CRAN!

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A c. 3,200 year old ostracon, with a drawing of a cat servant, waving a fan to keep a mouse cool. A number of such…
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that's the Labour Party which voted against the government, and the rebels that voted with it
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on literary studies' gender trouble with a collection of 60,000 articles:
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RT : history folk - are there any London guidebooks of a modern, thematic, practical type (with sections on travel, acco…
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I completely forgot that at the end of April 2008 the second phase (1834-1913) of went live. I'm w…
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