HathiTrust’s Data and Analysis Tools for Text Mining Research (University of Florida, 10/2)
This half-day workshop will introduce attendees to the text data and computational tools of HathiTrust. HathiTrust operates a repository of over 17 million items digitized at a network of partner libraries. This massive collection of text is available for computational text mining primarily through the tools and services of the HathiTrust Research Center. Attendees of this workshop will gain hands-on experience with these data and tools in order to become more familiar with the opportunities for data-driven research HathiTrust makes available. The workshop will include:

- A characterization of the data available
- Hands-on activities with HTRC’s Extracted Features dataset and secure research environments

No experience is required, but prior exposure to text analysis concepts would be beneficial. Attendees should bring a laptop.


Location: Scott Nygren Scholars Studio, Library West, University of Florida
Date: October 2, 2019
Time: 9 am to 12 pm


To help us manage any wait lists that may form, please only register for one workshop per semester. If you register for more than one, we'll assume you prefer the first workshop you registered for and remove your name from the registration lists for any others.
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This workshop is for a researcher audience only.

The majority of the seats in the workshop are reserved for those from University of Florida. The remaining seats will be opened to those from other HathiTrust member organizations. If spots remain 3 weeks before the workshop, then no more than 4 seats will be available to registrants regardless of institutional affiliation.

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