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NLP and Visualization

Helping make sense of the information in language

Read about my explorations on the new blog.
The original blog is still there, too.

Of note

E. Moreton and C. Culy. 2020.
“New methods, old data: using digital technologies to explore 19th C. letter writing practices” In Caroline Tagg and Melanie A Evans (eds.) Message and medium: historicizing digital language practices. De Gruyter Mouton.
Published June 2020. I did the visualizations and collaborated in the analysis.
E. Moreton and C. Culy. 2019.
“Homesickness, recollections and reunions: Topics and emotions in a corpus of female Irish emigrant correspondence” in Raymond Hickey (ed.) Keeping in Touch. Emigrant letters across the English-speaking world. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Published November 2019. I did the visualizations and collaborated in the analysis.
Visualizing letters demo videos
My examples of combining NLP and visualization
Visualizing word vectors
Some visualizations I did for visualizing word vectors. Use your own, or try the ones included.
Frequency effect in word embeddings
Jupyter and R notebooks with some previous research
Word Formation Latin
I designed and implemented the site