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Digital-Human

We can learn a great deal about the meanings of words by their usage in context. This is, of course, the intuition behind recent techniques like word embedding, but there are shorter routes from A to B if we wish to interpret our findings. Mapping keywords to their contexts (within an adjacency window) and performing Principle Component Analysis over the context space can help us to locate similar keywords nearby one another.

This Jupyter notebook is designed to explore the use of the terms 'digital' and 'humanities' as they are used in Matthew K. Gold's edited volume Debates in the Digital Humanities (2012).

The code relies on standard scientific Python packages: pandas, scikit-learn, matplotlib, & numpy.

This repository supports the blog post What We Talk About When We Talk About Digital Humanities

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This code supports the blog post "What We Talk About When We Talk About Digital Humanities" (https://teddyroland.com/2017/02/13/what-we-talk-about-when-we-talk-about-digital-humanities/)

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