In December 2017, Wired magazine published a story by Stephen Marche called “Twinkle, Twinkle.” Julian Brooke and I were involved in the creation of the story, which was written with the help of our “algorithm” (actually, of course, a whole bunch of algorithms, some of them ours, some of them not…
Earlier today, I gave a short ten-minute introduction to the big new project that Julian Brooke are beginning to work on. Quite a bit of it gives the backstory to our approach, so the exciting new stuff doesn’t really come until the end.
DH Kraków has been amazing; thanks to the organizers and ..
We’ve received quite a bit of feedback in the months since GutenTag’s initial launch. One of the most frequent comments has been, “This is great, but downloading a tool and 4+ GB corpus is a huge barrier to entry.” Lots of people weren’t able to get a sense of what GutenTag does, either because th..
Julian Brooke and I are very pleased to announce the beta release of GutenTag, our free, open-source, multi-platform, pun-friendly tool for computational analysis in the Project Gutenberg (PG) corpus.
GutenTag does two very exciting things for Digital Humanists. First, it makes it easy to build..