An analytical review of the historic academic production is proposed. The analysis was performed over the academic database Scopus, from where there were downloaded a total of 3237 documents replying to the query “digital humanities”. The collected database was analyzed with R programming tools.
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Openclass at La Rioja International University
Hegel vs. Nietzsche: NLP analysis with R programming
Workshop “Data Mining for Humanities with R”
On II Digital Humanities Journeys | 11 October 2019 | Tec de Monterrey While data mining and statistical learning are born as tools of the exact sciences, business and government agencies, their value for human and social sciences has been increasingly demonstrated. Due to the growing interest aroused by the large amount of non-structure information …
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