A quick gist on how to deploy your GitHub-hosted Hugo Academic webpage when the `public` directory (i.e. the deployed website) is a submodule of the main source files directory/repo.
We find out which are the most positive, arousing, and dominant words in *Friends*!
We find out which are the most 'defining' words in *Friends*!
We do a sentiment analysis of *Friends*!.
We're looking at the most frequent words in *Friends*!
We import and clean up *Friends* scripts to prepare them for text mining.
This praat script loops through all Sound and TextGrid files in a directory, opens each pair of Sound and TextGrid, gets the duration of each file and the time point of all points in a specified point tier, and saves results to a tab-delimited text …
This is a short intro to R’s sprintf() function as presented at an R Reading Group meeting at the Department of Linguistics at the University of Alberta. As it is very useful to either create strings from variables, or to change the name of a range of objects into uniform format, we thought it might be useful to have a closer look at it.
Note: The code below and in the corresponding PDF file is from mid-2015; be sure to try it out on test data, or in a directory where you can’t do any harm.