I’ve created this brief tutorial for colleagues interested in analyzing my corpus of Arne Duncan speeches. Enjoy. Read More »
I've collected all of Arne Duncan's public speeches from the past 5 years and imported them in to an open-source text analysis platform. The result: you can search and analyze the secretary's word usage.
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I’m pleased to introduce an open source text analysis tool for researchers and the public to search through speeches given by Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. The speeches were gathered via web scraping software, organized as text files by date of speeches, and loaded into a fantastic open analytical engine called Voyant Tools. The result is this: you can easily ... Read More »
The response to my previous video breakdown of the committee hearings on inBloom have spurred me to create a second installment, focusing on inBloom testimony. (Thanks for picking it up NYC Parents.) Part Two will be out later this week. After my preliminary viewing and analysis, I think this cartoon captures it pretty well. Privacy is one issue; profiteering is ... Read More »