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Taking advantage of an extension in the call for papers for Sheffield’s Digital Humanities Congress this September (8-10), Linguistic DNA is now looking to put together one or more panels examining aspects of text analytics with longitudinal data.

Possible dimensions include distributional semantics, using historical data for quantitative analysis, methods of moving between numbers (quantitative data) and texts (examples), and the visualisation of complex humanities data. If you have an idea and time to put it into an abstract for a 20-minute paper, get in touch with us by midday on May 12th.

Details of the main call (plus practicalities of the conference).

CfP: Join the LDNA panels at Sheffield Digital Humanities Conference

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On Friday 8 April 2016, Susan Fitzmaurice and Seth Mehl…