Big Data, English & Art  (Return Big Data Home)

Teaching With Quantification Strategies

David McCandless' Rhetorical Fallacies

David McCandless' Rhetorical Fallacies EXAMPLE

**Google's Ngram Viewer

Ngram Viewer Instructions 

(Read how to Wildcard Search, Inflection Search, Case Sensitive Search, 

List of Part-Of-Speech Tags (eg roots, nouns, adjectives etc),  Compositions)

Ngram Viewer Data Download Instructions 

David McCandless' "Google Ngram Viewer Experiments"

EXpanding EXcel To ENglish (Business Statistics Student Work)




The Cultural Genome: Google Books Reveals . . . By Ed Young

Crunching Literary Numbers  By Marc Egnal

Dickens, Austen and Twain, Through a Digital Lens By Steve Lohr

Big Data Meets The Bard Literary Perspective

Literature Is Not Data: Against Digital Humanities  By Stephen Marche


Teaching With Infographics: Language Arts

Most Popular Books Of All Time Infographic

Datafication In Higher Education   

University of Nebraska Center for Digital Research in the Humanities

The Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (CDRH) advances interdisciplinary, collaborative research, and offers forums, workshops and research fellowships for faculty and students in the area of digital scholarship. This is a life-changing experience for students and faculty alike, leading to new ways of thinking about the humanities. Through the CDRH, faculty and students create research sites and tools that push our understanding of history, literatures, languages, and culture.

The Stanford Literary Lab 

Founded in 2010 by Matthew Jockers and Franco Moretti, the lab discusses, designs, and pursues literary research of a digital and quantitative nature.  ** For some deep inquiry into the latest trends in the field of Bibliometrics, read the six pamphlets published on the site.

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