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A Beginner’s Guide to Text Mining

This guide is an easy-to-digest and reliable resource for those who are completely new to text mining.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Text Mining

This guide is an easy-to-digest and reliable resource for those who are completely new to text mining.

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All of the information you're going to find here has been extracted from the online course Introduction to Text Mining for Social Scientists. The chosen topics will provide you with a taster of what text mining is and we hope this guide is your first step to learning more about this exciting field.

 


 
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What is Text Mining?
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Six approaches to Text Mining
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Text Mining for Social Scientists

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 Joe Shaw

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Gabe Ignatow is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of North Texas. His research interests are in sociological theory, digital research methods, cognitive social science and philosophy of social science. He currently serves on the editorial boards of Sociological Forum and the Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior. Along with the two recent books on text mining co-authored with Rada Mihalcea, Gabe has co-authored a forthcoming volume on digital social research methods and co-edited the Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Sociology.

 

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