With this post, we make slides and annotation guidelines from today’s workshop From Text to Networks: Combining Entity and Segment Annotations in the Analysis of Large Text Corpora available.
CRETA will be present at the DH conference 2017 with a number of activities:
- We will give a tutorial on the extraction of networks from texts, using entity reference annotation and segmentation annotation (From Texts to Networks: Combining Entity and Segment Annotations in the Analysis of Large Text Corpora. The tutorial takes place on Tuesday, 8th, from 9:30am to 1pm. Responsible are Nils Reiter, Sandra Murr and Max Overbeck. The tutorial will also be supported by Evgeny Kim.
- On Wednesday, 9th of August, Evgeny Kim will present his paper on the Prototypical Emotion Developments in Adventures, Romances, and Mystery Stories, which is co-authored by Roman Klinger and Sebastian Padó. The presentation takes place in session LP-04, 10am.
- Markus John will present his paper on Interactive Visual Exploration of the Regesta Imperii on the same day, in session SP-10, 3:30pm. The paper is co-authored with Christian Richter, Steffen Koch, Andreas Kuczera and Thomas Ertl.
- On Thursday, 10th of August, Sandra Murr will present her and Florian Barth’s work on Digital Analysis Of The Literary Reception Of J.W. V. Goethe’s Die Leiden Des Jungen Werthers. The presentation takes in place in session SP-17, starting 10:00am.
- In session SP-28, Nils Reiter and Evelyn Gius will present their initiative on shared tasks in the digital humanities, focusing on the annotation of narrative levels (A Shared Task for a Shared Goal: Systematic Annotation of Literary Texts). The paper (and the initiative) is co-authored by Marcus Willand and Jannick Strötgen. More information on this topic can be found on the initiative’s web page: https://sharedtasksinthedh.github.io.
We’re looking forward to discussing our research in Canada!
The CUTE evaluation data set is now available. The data set consists of additional texts in the four genres (letter novel, medieval arthus legend, parliamentary debate, philosophical text).
The publicly available data set can be downloaded here (without the Adorno text, due to copyright). If you have registered for CUTE before, you can re-use your download link to receive the full archive (incl. Adorno) with both the training and test data. You can also register anew
Submissions to the CUTE shared task (track 1) should in either XMI or CoNLL formatted files. Please send your annotated files to <cuteims.uni-stuttgart.de> until Monday, Dec. 5th and specify a) what genre you worked on (if not all of them) and b) what kind of entity you annotated (if not all of them).
CRETA will be present at the DH2016 conference with two presentations and one workshop.
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Titled Automatic Emotion Detection for Quantitative Literary Studies — A case study based on Franz Kafka’s “Das Schloss” und “Amerika”, Roman Klinger, Surayya Samat Suliya and Nils Reiter present a dictionary for emotions and first experiments for the automatic detection of emotions in literary texts. The paper can be downloaded here, the dictionaries as well as the code is publicly available here.
In the paper with the title Authorship attribution of Mediaeval German Text: style and contents in Apollonius von Tyrland, Sarah Schulz, Jonas Kuhn and Nils Reiter present stylometric works on the authorship of Heinrich von Neustadt’s Apollonius von Tyrland. The paper is available here.
While digitisation efforts are still under way, the workshop From Digitization to Knowledge (of which Nils Reiter is one of the organisers) focuses on the question of what to do with the digitised artefacts, as digitised artefacts are not supposed to be the end result of our efforts. Instead, we are interested in analysing, reading or understanding them.
The workshop takes place on July 11th, starting at 9:30 am.
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