Department of Informatics


Workshop: Connected Concept Analysis

Tuesday 29 May 15:00 until 17:00
Arts C233
Speaker: Simon Lindgren (UmeƄ University)
Part of the series: Sussex Humanities Lab Digital Methods Open Workshop Series

As society and culture have been transformed through digital communications, conditions surrounding the collection of data on social and cultural interactions have changed dramatically. Facing the ready availability online of complex, text-based, large-scale datasets, there is an inescapable need of finally coming to terms with the qualitative-quantitative divide in text analysis. This workshop introduces Connected Concept Analysis (CCA) which is an integrated and oscillating method tying qualitative and quantitative considerations together in one unified model that results in a graphic visualization of discourse.

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In common with all our workshops, you should bring a laptop computer to the session. The workshop leader may contact you to advise you to install particular software before the session. If you come to ARTS C233 at 2.30 (half an hour before the session) one of our technical staff can assist you with this.

If you have any questions about this workshop please email the series convenor, Ben Roberts, in the first instance:

Note: this workshop was originally scheduled to take place on 19 April.

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Last updated: Tuesday, 1 May 2018