The Visualizing English Print (VEP) project joins computer scientists and literary scholars to scale textual analysis and visualization to increasingly large corpora, beginning with the early modern period. It strives to make early modern texts accessible for computational analysis. Furthermore, its purpose is to design tools to support the workflow of of humanist scholars.
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14 February 2017
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14 November 2016
As we’ve been releasing new resources for interacting with the TCP files, one of the questions that keeps coming up is “This is great, but what are we supposed to do with...
28 October 2016
Yesterday, Deidre wrote about the release of our new Metadata Builder, which collates lots of available information about materials included in the Text Creation Partnership transcriptions...
27 October 2016
VEP’s Metadata Builder helps users navigate our corpora collections, which are vast in scale. The Metadata Builder provides metadata to users in an accessible, intelligible format,...