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Here, for ease of navigation, is a list of all posts on the blog. Most are by Michael Witmore, some are by Jonathan Hope, and there are a few guest posts.

They are listed here in reverse chronological order (most recent to oldest).

This is a blog, not a refereed journal, so the material here is mixed. Some posts are written with a public audience in mind; others are repositories of links and material; others are more like notes to ourselves. Posts record what we thought at the time of posting: let’s hope we know better now, eh? [JH]

Adjacencies, virtuous and vicious, and the forking paths of library research

Michael Witmore  (2014/07/08) Browsing in open-stack libraries, PCA, subject classification, topic models

Quantification and the language of later Shakespeare

Jonathan Hope (2014/05/07)  Links to Jonathan Hope et Michael Witmore, « Quantification and the language of later Shakespeare », Actes des congrès de la Société française Shakespeare, 31 | 2014, 123-149   (see the publications page for a full list of publications)

Hamlet in five words

Jonathan Hope (2014/05/06)  Links to Jonathan Hope and Michael Witmore, ‘Hamlet in five words’ on The Globe’s Globe to Globe Hamlet blog  (see the publications page for a full list of publications)

Scotland’s Collections and the Digital Humanities

Jonathan Hope (2014/05/01)  Collection of links for those starting in DH

The Future of the Humanities will be Demand-Led

Michael Witmore (2014/03/31)

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Jonathan Hope (2014/03/07)  Notes and references for a series of presentations by Hope, April-July 2014. Library and information science; hyperdimensional geometry; pictures of kittens.

#MuchAdo #AboutData

Jonathan Hope, Emma Pallant, Heather Froehlich (2014/03/05)   Exchanges with Emma Pallant as she rehearses Much Ado

Macbeth: The State of Play

Jonathan Hope (2014/02/20)  Publication details for Hope and Witmore, 2014, ‘The language of Macbeth’ in Ann Thompson (ed.), Macbeth: The State of Play (London: Arden)  (see the publications page for a full list of publications)

Visualising English Print 1530-1800, Genre Contents of the Corpus

Michael Witmore (2013/12/12)  Overview of genre in the VEP test corpus

Visualising English Print 1530-1800: The Corpus, Tag Sets, and Topics

Michael Witmore (2013/11/27)  VEP test corpus: VARD

Manuscript Average

Michael Witmore (2013/07/20)

Fuzzy Structuralism

Michael Witmore  (2013/07/20)

An Ecology of Critical Gestures: Point, Circle and Name

Michael Witmore  (2013/02/17)

New Image from Original Post from Google Books

Michael Witmore  (2013/02/01)

What Is Influence?

Jonathan Hope (2013/01/29)  How can we ‘count’ influence? Below the line contributions from Jockers and Underwood

What Happens in Hamlet?

Jonathan Hope  (2012/08/17)   Pronouns in Hamlet

What Do People read During a Revolution?

Michael Witmore, Robin Valenza   (2012/07/11)

The Time Problem: Rigid Classifiers, Classifier Postmarks

Michael Witmore  (2012/04/16)

Google Books: Ratio of Inked Space to Blank Space

Michael Witmore   (2012/04/14)

Shakespeare’s mythic vocabulary – and his invisible grammar

Jonathan Hope  (2012/02/14)   Reports work on Shakespeare’s vocabulary by Hugh Craig, Elliott and Valenza

The very strange language of A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Jonathan Hope  (2012/02/06 )  Why is the language of MSND unlike that of other plays?

What did Stanley Fish count, and when did he start counting it?

Michael Witmore  (2012/01/27)

Visualising linguistic variation with LATtice

Anupam Basu (2011/11/29)    Download LATtice!

Tokens of impersonation in Dekker’s City Comedies

Mattie Burkert (2011/11/19)

Finding the Sherlock in Shakespeare: some ideas about prose genre and linguistic uniqueness

Victor Lenthe  (2011/10/29)

Why the difference? Accounting for variation between Folio and Globe editions of Shakespeare’s plays

Jason Whitt   (2011/10/21)

The comic ‘I’ and the tragic ‘we’?

Jonathan Hope (2011/10/21)   Genre and pronouns

Phylogenetic influence

Jonathan Hope  (2011/05/12)   Can we use biological models in linguistic analysis?

The ancestral text

Michael Witmore  (2011/05/09)

Lost books, “Missing Matter”, and the Google 1-gram corpus

Michael Witmore  (2011/01/03)

Text: a massively addressable object

Michael Witmore (2010/12/31)

Text as probability clouds

Michael Witmore   (2010/12/26)

Google n-grams and philosophy: use versus mention

Michael Witmore  (2010/12/17)

Shakespeare Quarterly article goes live

Michael Witmore  (2010/10/22) (see the publications page for a full list of publications)

Adding knobs to the analysis

Michael Witmore  (2010/10/18)

Shakespeare Quarterly 61.3 Figures

Michael Witmore  (2010/09/09)  (see the publications page for a full list of publications)

Shakespeare out of place?

Michael Witmore   (2010/09/03)

Crowdsourced peer review in NY Times

Michael Witmore  (2010/08/24)

Penalty kicks and distributed movement

Michael Witmore   (2010/07/29)

Genre dependence on character ideolects?

Mike Stumpf   (2010/07/29)

Presentation at London Forum for Authorship Studies/Digital Text and Scholarship seminar

Michael Witmore   (2010/05/27)

Docuscope goes live on Shakespeare Quarterly open peer review

Michael Witmore   (2010/03/14)

Early and late Plato II: The Apology and The Timaeus

Michael Witmore   (2010/03/14)

Platonic dialogues and the ‘Two Socrates’

Michael Witmore  (2010/02/03)

The funniest thing Shakespeare wrote? 767 pieces of the plays

Michael Witmore  (2010/01/15)

Clustering the plays without Principal Components

Michael Witmore  (2009/12/15)

Shakespearean dendrograms

Michael Witmore   (2009/11/29)

Local versus diffused variation; the Hinman collator

Michael Witmore  (2009/11/25)

Pre-digital iteration: the Lindstrand Comparator

Michael Witmore   (2009/11/08)

Edward III, Shakespearean trigrams, and Trillin’s Derivatives

Michael Witmore  (2009/10/14)

Rhythm quants: Burial, click tracks, genre tempo

Michael Witmore   (2009/10/05)

Keeping the game in your head: David Ortiz

Michael Witmore   (2009/09/29)

Four-syllable rock n’ roll

Michael Witmore   (2009/09/21)

Texts as objects II: Object Oriented Philosophy. And Criticism?

Michael Witmore  (2009/09/17)

Texts as objects I: Object Oriented Philosophy. And Criticism?

Michael Witmore   (2009/09/11)

More Shakespeare outliers

Michael Witmore   (2009/09/09)

Comic Twelfth Night, Tragic Othello (part III)

Michael Witmore   (2009/08/20)

The musical mood of the country

Michael Witmore   (2009/08/06)

Comic Twelfth Night, Tragic Othello (part II)

Michael Witmore  (2009/08/02)

Comic Twelfth Night, Tragic Othello (part I)

Michael Witmore   (2009/07/31)

Love’s Labour’s Lost: the History

Michael Witmore  (2009/07/20)

An untimely piece of Richard II

Michael Witmore   (2009/07/08)

A genre map of Shakespeare’s plays from the First Folio (1623)

Michael Witmore  (2009/07/07)

Spectralism, Maya Lin show at Corcoran

Michael Witmore  (2009/07/03)

King or no [King]

Michael Witmore  (2009/07/02)

The plunge

Michael Witmore  (2009/06/22)

 

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