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Contents

HASTAC Storm of Progress CWRCshop (April 2013, York University)

Location

Schedule

See Public Poetics website or the CWRC website.

Visualization tools

We're going to be looking at and playing with some visualization tools in the hands-on portion of the CWRCshop. Some of them allow you to visualize texts or collections of texts of your own choosing. If you would like to play with materials that are relevant to your own writing or research, you will want to prepare them in advance so that you can import them into the tools. The instructions below are meant to be easy-to-follow directions that require only basic computer literacy. (If you have any suggestions for how the directions themselves could be made more user-friendly, please send them to cwrc [the at sign] ualberta [a dot] ca.)


Starting points

Anne Marriott's "The Wind Our Enemy" in Cirrus


Poems by 3 Canadian Women

Livesay, “Experience”
Livesay, “Other”
Marriott, “Elderly”
Marriott, “Prairie Graveyard”
Marriott, “The Wind Our Enemy”
Moure, “The Cold”
Page, “After Rain”
Page, “Deaf Mute”

The corpus: http://temp.voyant-tools.org/?corpus=1348367258628.7635

A flow of screens



Links to individual visualization tools

Voyant tools: (click here for full list and links to documentation)

Bubbles

Bubblelines

Cirrus

Corpus Grid

Corpus Summary

Corpus Term Frequencies

Document Term Frequencies

KWICs (keywords in context)

Knots (with Shakespere)

Reader

RezoViz (network graph - use a collection) (http://rezoviz.voyant-tools.org/humanist/#/1987-1988 with a listserv corpus, but best with Chrome or Safari)

Scatterplot

Term Frequencies


A larger list of visualization tools


Use your own stuff!

Instructions for creating corpora for use with Voyant and Mandala:

Corpus Creation Instructions


Public Poetics Poems

with thanks to Erin Wunker for providing the poems and Emily Sharpe for preparing these links


The six poems from Public Poetics program

Cirrus
Word trends
Links
Bubblelines
Scatterplot


Jernigan’s “Blackout”

Cirrus
Word trends
Links
Bubblelines
Scatterplot


Tanis MacDonald, “Patron Saint of the Misquoted”

Cirrus
Word trends
Clusters
Bubblelines
Scatterplots


Rob Winger, “Ghazal for Tuning Your Malachi”

Cirrus
Type Frequencies
Links
Bubblelines
Scatter Plot


Shannon Maguire, “a scientist went missing in her bush plane”

Type Frequencies
Clusters
Bubblelines
Scatter Plot


Erín Moure, “SAUNA 89 (sweated by Erín Moure via W.S

Cirrus
Type Frequencies
Links
Bubblelines
Scatter Plot


Sina Queyras “The Sturdiness”

Type Frequencies
Links
Bubblelines
Scatter Plot


Non-poetic texts:

Frankenstein: http://bit.ly/VoyantFrankensteinStop

The Novels of Jane Austen: http://bit.ly/VoyantAustenStop

Plays of Shakespeare: http://bit.ly/VoyantShakespeareStop

Novels of the Brontë sisters: http://bit.ly/VoyantBrontes

Novels of George Eliot: http://bit.ly/VoyantGeorgeEliotStop

First 3 Anne of Green Gable Novels: http://bit.ly/VoyantAnneNovelsStop


Orlando Project

Published version of Orlando

(backup)


Experimental interfaces:


Orlando Degrees of Separation

(backup)


BreadBoard (loads slowly)

(backup)

CWRC

CWRC-Writer (pre-alpha version of online editor)

backup




Next steps:

  • come back and play with these after the workshop!
  • if you had fun, consider volunteering to test CWRC interfaces-in-progress further: your input makes a difference!
  • consider joining CWRC's emergent scholar group
  • consider joining CWRC's Google group for news of the project, and subscribe to the RSS feed on the website