Examples

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This recipe demonstrates how to use the command line 'Grep' command and regular expressions to find patterns within a plain text file.

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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.  

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This recipe shows how to conduct dictionary-based sentiment analysis on a collection of passages, such as tweets or reviews. It uses pre-existing dictionaries of positive and negative words, and loads a text file of passages to analyze.

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This recipe shows how to conduct dictionary-based sentiment analysis on a collection of passages, such as tweets or reviews. It uses pre-existing dictionaries of positive and negative words, and loads a text file of passages to analyze.

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This is an example page to test the theme for Recipe Example pages. 

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This example uses this Recipe to identify simple themes within a sample text.

It applies a recipe to real textual example which is freely available on the Internet so you can do the steps yourself and see the results.

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This exercise uses this Recipe and tools such as frequency list, a word finding service, a concordance and collocationto explore a particular theme within a text.

This exercise applies the recipe to a textual example which is freely available on the internet so you can complete the steps yourself and see the results.

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This example uses this Recipe to import a French language into the TAPoR text analysis environment.

This exercise applies the recipe to a textual example which is freely available on the Internet so you can complete the steps yourself and see the results.

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This example uses this Recipe and takes two works purported to come from the same author and uses tools such as Pattern Distribution and Word Lists to provide evidence of whether they may have been created by the same author.