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]
Beth Ralston and Jonathan Hope (2015/07/09) – first release of spreadsheets with the VEP drama corpus metadata and Docuscope frequencies
Michael Witmore (2015/04/05) Three ways of “getting at genre”: expert report, quantitative description of linguistic patterns, and biological response.
Beth Ralston and Jonathan Hope (2015/03/26) Results of PCA experiments on Early Modern Drama corpus.
Jonathan Hope (2014/11/30) Materials to support Hope’s presentations at Helsinki Collegium Big Data Event 1-2 December 2014.
Julie Park (2014/10/26) Witmore’s interpretation of the differences between the two topical fields we are associating with the novel and moral philosophy.
Julie Park (2014/10/25) Discussion of the eighteenth-century novel and Lennox’s Euphemia in the context of Serendip analysis.
Eric Alexander and Michael Witmore (2014/10/23) Introducing Serendip, our topic model software – and looking for the language of the novel.
Jonathan Hope (2014/09/09) Materials to support our paper in the Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Tragedy
Michael Witmore (2014/07/08) Browsing in open-stack libraries, PCA, subject classification, topic models
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)
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)
Jonathan Hope (2014/05/01) Collection of links for those starting in DH
Michael Witmore (2014/03/31) “the driver of humanistic thinking will be people – all kinds of people – who are puzzled by the mysteries of being human and want to talk about them”.
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.
Jonathan Hope, Emma Pallant, Heather Froehlich (2014/03/05) Exchanges with Emma Pallant as she rehearses Much Ado
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)
Michael Witmore (2013/12/12) Overview of genre in the VEP test corpus
Michael Witmore (2013/11/27) VEP test corpus: VARD
Michael Witmore (2013/07/20) A link to a post by Jesse Hurlbut about examining manuscript pages as image aggregates.
Michael Witmore (2013/07/20)
Michael Witmore (2013/02/17)
Michael Witmore (2013/02/01) An image showing changes in the catalogued subject of Library of Congress books over the course of several hundred years, supplied by John Orwant from Google.
Jonathan Hope (2013/01/29) How can we ‘count’ influence? Below the line contributions from Jockers and Underwood
Jonathan Hope (2012/08/17) Pronouns in Hamlet
Michael Witmore, Robin Valenza (2012/07/11)
Michael Witmore (2012/04/16)
Michael Witmore (2012/04/14)
Jonathan Hope (2012/02/14) Reports work on Shakespeare’s vocabulary by Hugh Craig, Elliott and Valenza
Jonathan Hope (2012/02/06 ) Why is the language of MSND unlike that of other plays?
Michael Witmore (2012/01/27)
Anupam Basu (2011/11/29) Download LATtice!
Mattie Burkert (2011/11/19)
Victor Lenthe (2011/10/29)
Jason Whitt (2011/10/21)
Jonathan Hope (2011/10/21) Genre and pronouns
Jonathan Hope (2011/05/12) Can we use biological models in linguistic analysis?
Michael Witmore (2011/05/09)
Michael Witmore (2011/01/03)
Michael Witmore (2010/12/31)
Michael Witmore (2010/12/26)
Michael Witmore (2010/12/17)
Michael Witmore (2010/10/22) (see the publications page for a full list of publications)
Michael Witmore (2010/10/18)
Michael Witmore (2010/09/09) (see the publications page for a full list of publications)
Michael Witmore (2010/09/03)
Michael Witmore (2010/08/24)
Michael Witmore (2010/07/29)
Mike Stumpf (2010/07/29)
Michael Witmore (2010/05/27)
Michael Witmore (2010/03/14)
Michael Witmore (2010/03/14)
Michael Witmore (2010/02/03)
Michael Witmore (2010/01/15)
Michael Witmore (2009/12/15)
Michael Witmore (2009/11/29)
Michael Witmore (2009/11/25)
Michael Witmore (2009/11/08)
Michael Witmore (2009/10/14)
Michael Witmore (2009/10/05)
Michael Witmore (2009/09/29)
Michael Witmore (2009/09/21)
Michael Witmore (2009/09/17)
Michael Witmore (2009/09/11)
Michael Witmore (2009/09/09)
Michael Witmore (2009/08/20)
Michael Witmore (2009/08/06)
Michael Witmore (2009/08/02)
Michael Witmore (2009/07/31)
Michael Witmore (2009/07/20)
Michael Witmore (2009/07/08)
Michael Witmore (2009/07/07)
Michael Witmore (2009/07/03)
Michael Witmore (2009/07/02)
Michael Witmore (2009/06/22) Introduction to the nature of the winedarksea.