Archive for June, 2015

Oral History + R

Oral history presents certain challenges that you never think about when you start a digital project.  Over the past few weeks I have been struggling to make certain choices about how to handle and then process the text files.  For example, do I change the diction to standard English?; Do I include both the questions […]


Regaining Literacy in R+

Some people may wonder why a historian would use computational analysis over a close reading of documents. My reason is simple: computational analysis provides me an opportunity to extract meaning from large volumes of data over time.   Historians look for change over time and R is a tool that helps me do that. In short, […]


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