From the open, largely unstructured text of the novel to the structured world of social-network entries to the automated comparison of photographs on a pixel-by-pixel basis, data mining has a broad set of applications for arts & humanities folks. We'll use your research question or object as the entry point to make sense of the world of data mining and send you home with an activity you can adapt and use to introduce your students to data mining in your discipline. Presented by Kalani Craig & Tassie Gniady.
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