VISUALIZING THE HUMANITIES
The Gale Digital Scholar Lab
Tuesday, 15 March 2022
3pm – 4pm
In this webinar, Gale’s Masaki Morisawa will introduce the Gale Digital Scholar Lab, Gale’s innovative digital humanities platform that makes sophisticated analyses of primary source textual data easy as one-two-three, and also highlight the many improvements made to the platform in the past year.
This webinar covers:
- Group thousands of books and pamphlets into specific clusters and identify which ones are most similar
- Extract all personal, organizational geographic, cultural names and numbers from government documents and color-code them by type
- Examine the fluctuation of positive or negative sentiment within a specific book, or compare the sentiments of hundreds of newspaper articles across years
- Identify clusters of keywords across thousands of literary works, color-code them into topic bars to identify trends
- Find the most oft-occurring two-word phrase from a group of magazine articles covering a specific historical event
And much more!