This is a recipe for looking at the changes that have taken place in a wikipedia article over time, and generating a corpus of the different edited versions.

The technique known as "indexing" plays a fundamental role in search engines like Google and Yahoo, and can help researchers rapidly expedite their data analysis. This recipe will describe the steps one can follow in order to index data with the Python package Whoosh.  

This recipe will guide you in developing a digital archival file collection suitable for deposit in an academic institution’s digital archive, including descriptive XML metadata documentation and a readme document.

This recipe is a guide to developing a detailed summary for text analysis or other research-oriented tools, based on primary and secondary sources. It is particularly useful for providing information on legacy tools that are no longer available, but is also extensible to modern tools.

This recipe is a guide to developing a review for a text analysis tool that will enable other users to decide whether that tool is suitable for their research tasks.

This recipe uses Voyant Tools to explore vocabulary change over time in a corpus of 7 Canadian Throne Speeches (from 2006 to 2013).

This recipe provides a process for gathering a corpus of discourse about a cultural phenomenon from web sources, and then analyze it with a text analysis tool. The analysis will identify notable features in the text such as common words, examine these in context to identify its major topics and concepts, and enable forming hypotheses about the discourse and cultural phenomena within the corpus supported by textual evidence.

This recipe uses an Aggregate Text tool, frequency lists, Concordance and Collocation tools to explore how a writer’s use of language changes over a lifetime.

This recipe extracts and examines a character’s dialogue from a play to explore a particular discourse in a linear fashion.

This recipe takes a text and explores its use of theory by using tools such as Word list, Concordance, and Collocation.