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Welcome to .txtLAB, a laboratory for cultural analytics at McGill University directed by Andrew Piper. We explore the use of computational and quantitative approaches towards understanding literature and culture in both the past and present. Our aim is to engage in critical and creative uses of the tools of network science, machine learning, or image processing to think about language, literature, and culture at both large and small scale.
Posts tagged "Social Network Analysis"
Development of a (Semi-) Automatic Character Network Tool

Development of a (Semi-) Automatic Character Network Tool

This is the third post in the series of .txtLAB intern projects. It is authored by Tristan Dahn. The concept of social network analysis – initially rooted in classical sociology and more recently in the social scientific, mathematic, and computer science realms – dates at least as far back as the mid 1960’s [7]. Classically,...
Character Networks

Character Networks

In this project we are working on extracting and analyzing social networks in literature. From detective fiction to the nineteenth- to- twentieth-century novel, how do different social structures of characters relate to the history of genre, plot, or meaning? See our papers in publications related to the study of character.