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Editors’ Choice: Text Mining at an Institution with Lesser Financial Resources

I have periodically described my experiences with text mining in this blog.  Today I want to raise a significant point that has only recently become clear to me. It happened in the wake of my participation in the University of Michigan’s “Beyond Cntrl+F” workshop on February 1st of this year. This made something very apparent: text mining is in many cases only practicable at its intended scale at institutions commanding the financial resources necessary to 1) subscribe to these products, and 2) go on to pay the additional fee.

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This content was selected for Digital Humanities Now by Editor-in-Chief Joshua Catalano based on nominations by Editors-at-Large: chelseamiller, efc8d12.