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Sunday, October 13 • 9:00am - 12:15pm
#s1b: Fundamentals of Text Mining: Curating, Preparing, Analyzing, and Visualizing Textual Data

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Fundamentals of Text Mining: Curating, Preparing, Analyzing, and Visualizing Textual Data
Wendy Perla Kurtz(1), Sarah Ketchley(2), Margaret Waligora(3)
1: UCLA / Gale; 2: University of Washington / Gale; 3: Gale
 
This workshop will familiarize attendees with the workflow, terms and outputs a user would encounter when undertaking a text mining project. Following an introduction to the theories and methodologies in the field, participants will get hands-on practice with the major components of a text mining project.
 

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Margaret Waligora

Digital Content & Information and Project Management, Gale
Margaret Waligora is a graduate of Wayne State University's School of Information Science. She holds a Master's degree in Library Information Science with a focus on digital preservation and curation. Margaret is also a Product Manager with Gale, a Cengage Company.Pronouns: she/h... Read More →
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Wendy Perla Kurtz

Digital Humanities Specialsit, UCLA / Gale
Wendy Perla Kurtz, PhD, is a Digital Humanities Specialist at Gale where she assists in the evolution of Gale’s Digital Scholarship Program, including the support, and development of Gale’s Digital Scholar Lab—a research environment designed to assist digital scholarship in... Read More →
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Sarah Ketchley

University of Washington / Gale


Sunday October 13, 2019 9:00am - 12:15pm
Meeting Room 9

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