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.
- David Carlyon on Keyword suggestions
- Valerie Fairbrass on Keyword suggestions
- Anterotesis » Victorian Books: The Frequency of Revolution on Some Caveats
- Anterotesis » Victorian Books: The Frequency of Revolution on Words in Titles, 1789-1914
- Anterotesis » Victorian Books: The Frequency of Revolution on Open Access Data
About UsDan Cohen is the Director of the Center for History and New Media and an Associate Professor in the History and Art History Department at George Mason University.
Fred Gibbs is the Director of Digital Scholarship and an Assistant Professor at the same places.
This project is generously funded by Google, which has given us access to the entire Google Books corpus.
The project also leverages and extends the Center for History and New Media's broader study of the use of text mining in history, which has been generously funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.