Infrastructures for Cultural Analytics, Digital Humanities, Text Analysis, and NLP
I build tools and infrastructures for analyzing, collecting, and manipulating texts, so that we can better understand books and other textual cultures. Some of my recent projects have included Macro-Etym, a tool for analyzing the etymologies of a text; Text-Matcher, a text reuse detection tool, good at identifying when a text quotes from another; Corpus-DB, an API for Project Gutenberg and other text repositories; and Chapterize, a tool for splitting a book into its chapters. I also lead the Open-Editions project, which aims to produce richly-annotated editions of classic works of literature, and the Git-Lit project, which publishes the British Library's digital books through GitHub.
I'm a PhD candidate in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, where I work in the Literary Modeling and Visualization Lab of the Group for Experimental Methods in the Humanities. Our group has no funding of its own, and my graduate student funding is very modest, so donations (of money, cryptocurrency, and/or code) are deeply appreciated.
JonathanReeve owns the following accounts on other platforms:
corpus-db 43 Updated 9 months ago
A textual corpus database for the digital humanities.
text-matcher 72 Updated 9 months ago
A simple text reuse detection CLI tool.
late-style-PCA 8 Updated 1 year ago
An attempt to experimentally test Edward Said's claims about late style using computational text analysis and principal component analysis.
chapterize 42 Updated 3 years ago
A simple tool for splitting up an ebook into its chapters. Works well with Project Gutenberg texts. May also be used to clean up books for computational text analysis.
chapter-experiments 0 Updated 3 years ago
Quantitative analyses of novelistic chapters. Diachronic analyses of chapter lengths, numbers of chapters, linguistic patterns within chapters.
sentence-trees 1 Updated 4 years ago
Experiments with sentences as trees.
character-attribution 2 Updated 4 years ago
Probabilistic attribution of character voices in fiction.
allusion-detection 5 Updated 5 years ago
Computational intertextuality detection in Python. Fuzzy string matching, approximate string matching.
JonathanReeve joined 2 years ago.