Open Access Data

In celebration of open access week, and because we would do it anyway, we’re making all of our raw data available here for consultation. We of course have our own ideas about how to represent and how to make sense of the data, but we’re always interested in other ideas as to what should be done with it. What other data do we need? If you have suggestions for particular words you’d like to know about, please post them.

victorian-counts.tsv
victorian-counts_percentages.xls

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2 Responses to Open Access Data

  1. max says:

    Just a thought, but perhaps a chart showing the number of all books published by year with any title in the corpus would be useful. While it can to some extent be deduced from percentages, it does seem that there is an unusual pattern (or perhaps non-pattern) to the publication dates which confuses the casual viewer.

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