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Rbootcamp 2019

tl; dr Below you find what we did during the Rbootcamp for Lexical Semanticists. In between this paragraph and the contents, there is a bit of my own #Rstory. Warning,

Tidy collostructions

tl ; dr In this post I look at the family of collexeme analysis methods originated by Gries and Stefanowitsch. Since they use a lot of Base R, and love

Guanguan goes the Chinese Word Segmentation (II)

tl; dr This double blog is first about the opening line of the Book of Odes, and later about how to deal with Chinese word segmentation, and my current implementation

Guanguan goes the Chinese Word Segmentation (I)

tl; dr This double blog is first about the opening line of the Book of Odes, and later about how to deal with Chinese word segmentation, and my current implementation

Memorable moments of 2018

Hi, reader. Since I am doing research most of the time and somewhat struggling with the question of what I should let out of the bag and on this blog,

The Rite of Spring

Aaaah, can you feel it, radiating from this picture? Spring was in the air. And also the in the title of this update. In this update I’ll write about two

Big Hero City

In an earlier post, I have asked you guys why you are visiting this blog. If you feel like contributing to my informal study, please do so now by filling

Handling research (Academic workflow 2)

Last time we did this, I showed you what my PLN looked like about a year ago. I advise you to read that first before you continue reading below. In today’s update I will lay out how I generally go about the processing of research.

Mapping the terminology for ideophones

#Goal The goal for this short update is to use the R package lingtypology (click here for the tutorial), in order to create a map that shows which for which

Icons We Live By (Academic Workflow 1)

Let’s talk a bit about research. I know, I don’t often do that on this blog — some of you might even have the impression that this is only a