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Centre for Digital Humanities

Centre for Digital Humanities

Lecture Text classification of book reviews

17-05-2021 @ 15:00 – 16:00 – This presentation gives an introduction to text mining with Python, and will specifically focus on text classification in the DIOPTRA-L corpus of Goodreads book reviews: can we predict the age category for which a book was written, based on its review? Can we predict the reviewed book’s genre? How well do state-of-the-art sentiment analysis models […]

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Opening of the Living Lab Digital Humanities

20-05-2021 @ 04:00 – 17:00 –

On May 20 at 4 pm we will open the Digital Humanities Living Lab in the Inner City University Library. We hereby cordially invite you to attend this opening online.

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Conference: Artificial Intelligence in Education 2021

14-06-2021 – 18-06-2021 @ All Day – Over the past decades, racial and other bias-driven inequities have persisted or increased, diversity remains low in many educational and vocational contexts, and educational gaps have increased. Despite efforts to address these issues, biases based on factors such as race and gender persist. These issues have come to the forefront with recent crises around the […]

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Training day with Joris Veerbeek: Network analysis

17-06-2021 @ 09:00 – 16:00 – In this course you will learn the basics of network analysis: you will learn to perform such analyses using Gephi, to interpret network statistics and to create insightful network visualisations. You will also be able to work with your own dataset. Admission is free, but the number of participants is limited, so please register as […]

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Online Symposium: The Human in Digital Humanities

23-06-2021 – 24-06-2021 @ 09:45 – 17:30 –

On June 23 and 24, Tilburg University organizes a two-day symposium that brings together scholars from a range of disciplines, including Philosophy, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Cultural, Literary and Media Studies, Communication and Information Sciences, and Cognitive Science, to engage in a cross-disciplinary dialogue on these matters. The event includes a range of talks as well as a couple of interactive workshops on key methodological tools for Digital Humanities research.

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Training day with Joris Veerbeek: Text analysis

24-06-2021 @ 09:00 – 16:00 – In this course on you will learn the basics of text mining, by performing such analyses using the popular and user friendly programs AntConc and Stylo in R. These tools will be demonstrated using a large dataset of literary reviews. Admission is free, but the number of participants is limited, so please register as soon […]

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