Monthly Archives: December 2005

Practical Data Mining

Tweet Some live blogging from HUMlab. The opening presentation for the Workshop Around Data Mining is now going on. Lars Sköld is presently giving a presentation entitled Practical Data Mining. It is centered around the program Clementine 9.0. The definition … Continue reading

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Identifying the Other

Tweet Today I will present my paper, ‘Identifying the other: Unmasking the unnamed blogger using linguistic markers’ (draft will be posted next week) at a student forensic linguistics mini-conference. I have been working on this paper for quite some time … Continue reading

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workshop on datamining

Tweet Today and tomorrow we will do a workshop on datamining in the lab. We have some national and international participants as well as researchers from various departments here at the university. Quite an interesting mix and, for instance, today … Continue reading

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intersective processes

Tweet In working with the area “the humanities and information technology” part of our work concerns the collaborative exploration of mutually interesting possibilities – often in between established areas and fields or through testing the boundaries of established disciplines. This … Continue reading

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