• Computational Social Science Winter Symposium

    At the 2nd GESIS Computational Social Science Winter Symposium 2015 (Cologne, December 2nd/3rd), we presented the R-package polmineR with a Posterposter_css_preview. The package is designed to make working with large, linguistically annotated multi-purpose corpora fast and efficient. It is available at GitHub. Please note: There are some significant changes happening...


  • Clarin Annual Conference 2015

    At the CLARIN Annual Conference 2015 (Wroclaw, September 15-18 2015), I gave an invited talk on “Interaction and dialogue with large-scale textual data: Parliamentary speeches of migrants and speeches about migration”. Corpus analysis entails going back and forth between quantitative and qualitative approaches to develop interpretations. One of the tools...