Course Details and Schedule

This session looks at using computing tools such as text encoding, visualization and corpus and computational linguistics to study humanities texts. Two researchers will use contrasting studies (medieval manuscripts and charters) to show some open source tools and how they have enhanced the understanding of historical texts.

See below for course schedule

Key topics
  • Text encoding
  • Analysing historical texts
  • Open source tools
Course information
Intended audience Open to all
Format Presentation only
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Course provider: IT Learning Programme

Booking normally opens 30 days before the course begins.
Commences Dates Time Sessions Cost Location Status
1st week Tuesday 28 April 12:30-13:30 1 0.00 IT Services, 13 Banbury Road places available Add to basket

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Frequency: This session is part of the annual Make series - it may not be repeated.