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How do you find and prepare a data set for a text mining project? This session will consist of an overview of databases that allow for the creation of data sets for text mining. The session will focus on an example from Constellate (datasets from JSTOR), what is required for the creation and prepping of a data set for text mining (topics include the data life cycle, tools, access, copyright and licensing issues). 

This is the second session in a sequence of scaffolded workshops that are meant to culminate in you being able to completing a text mining project. Register for other Digital Scholarship workshops.

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Any person who requires a reasonable accommodation on the basis of a disability in order to participate in this program should contact Rafia Mirza at least one week prior to the event to arrange for the accommodation. 

Presented by Rafia Mirza

Date:
Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Time:
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Campus:
Online
Categories:
  Scholarly Impact & Publishing > Data Science     Scholarly Impact & Publishing > Digital Scholarship  

Registration is required. There are 30 seats available.