• PolMine Project - Registration as CLARIN Centre

    The PolMine Project is now a registered CLARIN centre, i.e. it is listed here. As a category C CLARIN centre, we offer metadata for the data resulting from the PolMine project that can be harvested by a web service. Most importantly, our data can now be explored through the Virtual...

  • polmineR update - version 0.6.2

    A new release of the polmineR-package is available at CRAN. Apart from behind-the-scenes-refactoring that makes the code more consistent, there availability of progress bars for time-consuming functions has been extended. Improving the usability has been a prime aim of this update.

  • polmineR-package at CRAN

    Finally, the polmineR-package is available as an officially registered R package (here). The package can now be installed with the install.packages-mechanism from R. The development version of the polmineR-package will be available at GitHub. That’s also where we offer a tutorial to install polmineR and all necessary dependencies.

  • PolMine at YouTube: Installation tutorials

    Installing the polmineR-package can be an awkward experience - but you can also get it done in less than five minutes. To support users who want to install and use the polmineR package, we offer two video tutorials at YouTube - one for Linux, and one for Mac OS. (Sorry...

  • 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...