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Evaluating named entity recognition tools for extracting social networks from novels
The analysis of literary works has experienced a surge in computer-assisted processing. To obtain insights into the community structures and social interactions portrayed in novels, the creation of social networks from novels has gained popularity. via Pocket
graphs  literature  nlp  review  social  socialgraph  tools 
may 2019 by kintopp
The ESA Site
Ethno is a Java program that helps you analyze sequential actions. Prerequisite analysis produces a diagram showing how some actions are necessary for other actions, and how abstract actions are represented in concrete happenings. via Pocket
models  narrative  ontology  social  time  tools 
november 2018 by kintopp
Seshat: Global History Databank - Seshat
Our collective knowledge about past societies is almost entirely in a form inaccessible to scientific analysis, stored in historians’ brains or scattered over heterogeneous notes and publications. via Pocket
database  history  social  ontology  semantic 
march 2018 by kintopp
Sinzer - The Solution for Impact Management
We believe in a world where organizations strive to improve their social impact as much as their bottom line. In order to do so, organizations need to treat social impact measurement as seriously as financial management. Sinzer is the solution for social impact management. via Pocket
impact  social 
august 2017 by kintopp
Female Involvement, Membership, and Centrality: A Social Network Analysis of the Hartlib Circle - Bourke - 2017 - Literature Compass - Wiley Online Library
This article builds upon the pioneering work of Carol Pal, Lynette Hunter, Ruth Connolly and Michelle DiMeo by carrying out an extensive social network analysis of the Hartlib Papers. By adapting the methodology recently developed by Ruth Ahnert and Sebastian E. via Pocket
graphs  history  paper  social  uk 
august 2017 by kintopp
The Emergence of Organizations and Markets
The social sciences have sophisticated models of choice and equilibrium but little understanding of the emergence of novelty. Where do new alternatives, new organizational forms, and new types of people come from? Combining biochemical insights about the origin of life with innovative and historically oriented social network analyses, John Padgett and Walter Powell develop a theory about the emergence of organizational, market, and biographical novelty from the coevolution of multiple social networks. They demonstrate that novelty arises from spillovers across intertwined networks in different domains. In the short run actors make relations, but in the long run relations make actors.
books  history  learn  networks  social 
july 2017 by kintopp - Mastodon
Mastodon is a free, open-source social network. A decentralized alternative to commercial platforms, it avoids the risks of a single company monopolizing your communication. Pick a server that you trust — whichever you choose, you can interact with everyone else. via Pocket
social  twitter 
april 2017 by kintopp
Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagement in the Digital Humanities | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures
These podcasts offer an introduction into a variety of Digital Humanities projects across the University of Oxford. via Pocket
oxford  podcast  social  media 
november 2015 by kintopp
Projects | OpenSpires
Welcome to Open Spires! A great variety of open projects are going on within the University of Oxford, from podcasts to crowdsourcing schemes, educational materials to whole digital archives. Browse the projects below to discover a wide range of open resources, materials and initiatives! via Pocket
oxford  podcast  social  media 
november 2015 by kintopp
Projects/Open Letters - Open Knowledge Foundation
A project which tries to define the social networks that can be defined from letters written in the nineteenth century. Currently the project focuses on Charles Dickens but this will be expanded as new datasets are created. via Pocket
letters  social 
july 2015 by kintopp

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