From Wikipedia, “Voyant Tools is an open-source, web-based application for performing text analysis. It supports scholarly reading and interpretation of texts or corpus, particularly by scholars in the digital humanities, but also by students and the general public. It can be used to analyze online texts or ones uploaded by users.”
Visualization providing sentiment scores for 66 Truett sermons given between 1941-1943. Sentiment was calculated for each sentence in the 66 Truett sermons available from the Baylor Library Digital Collections. The VADER (Valence Aware Dictionary and sEntiment Reasoner) Sentiment analysis Python library was used to calculate the composite score for each sentence.
Provides access to freely downloadable books whose United States copyright has expired. Search by title, author, or browse by topic. Download to PC, e-readers, smart phones, and other portable devices. Includes some audio books for books whose copyright has expired, and links to download selected titles to CDs or DVDs. Mobile app available. Project Gutenberg.
A comprehensive collection of more than 8,000 17th, 18th, and early 19th century sermons (1652-1819) that provide insight into politics, society, religion, and family life. Provides author biographies as well as integrated text and data analysis tools.
Provides an on line environment to create custom content data sets from the corpus of the library’s Gale Primary Sources holdings. Users can analyze and interrogate the data with the text analysis and visualization tools built into the platform. Digital humanities analysis methods include: Named Entity Recognition, Topic Modelling, Parts of Speech, and more. Output can be published with confidence because intellectual property rights are retained and analysis outputs are free to share. Gale.
Researchers manually tagging text content using Recogito may want to train a named entity recognition model based their manual tags. An example of this is where a researcher may collect documents using Gale’s Digital Scholar Lab and may want to train their own named entity recognition model. In this example, Recogito may be used to tag a sample of their documents and use this Jupyter Notebook to train, test, and apply a machine learning model.
Developed by the Institute for Oral History and Data and Digital Scholarship team at Baylor University, BUTANE is a free data mining and visualization tool that allows users to analyze and explore data gathered from interviewee transcript responses in innovative and revealing ways.