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csbailey5t/README.md

Hi, I'm Scott

I'm a developer and educator working at the intersection of data science and digital humanities. I like to help people learn to code and think about data, and regularly teach workshops on Python and R.

In my own research, I think about how natural language processing and machine learning can be applied to humanistic text data, opening new questions about those texts, computational methods, and how we interpret.

I've been lucky to work with some great teams on digital humanities projects, and you can find two of those projects here:

Pinned

  1. Building Custom Discovery for Digitized Collections Using Computational Methods

    HTML 2

  2. nlp-ad Public

    Experiments in using NLP to aid Libraries discovery

    Jupyter Notebook 2

  3. Materials for Exploratory Text Analysis with spaCy and textacy

    Jupyter Notebook 7 3

  4. Noh as Intermedia

    HTML 4 2

  5. nclive Public

    Workshop materials for the NC Live Python for Librarians workshop

    Jupyter Notebook

  6. hopkins-R Public

    Introductory R workshops offered at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station.

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331 contributions in the last year

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December 2022

Created 25 commits in 1 repository

Created a pull request in dickensnotes/ddnp that received 3 comments

Add fontawesome icons to nav [WIP]

Fixes #171

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Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
dickensnotes/ddnp 1 pull request

Created an issue in dickensnotes/ddnp that received 2 comments

Opened 2 other issues in 1 repository
6 contributions in private repositories Dec 6 – Dec 8

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