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  1. Aug 2017
    1. Keyness reveals that "women" is a statistical significant negative key word, which means male authors used it less frequently than female authors.

      This is very interesting. Definitely would explain a lot of the research though.

    1. While  simply  having  such  a  large  volume  of  information  online  in digital  form  for  researchers  is  valuable,  the  usual  restriction  to  a  web-­based  ‘search’  form  interface  often renders  it  of  limited  use  and  approachability

      I am confused on what this means. Does it mean that websites often restrict some of the information or that not all information is able to acquire for everyone.

    2. However,  for  researchers  of  twentieth-­ and  twenty-­first  century  history  the  opposite  problem  is  also  increasingly  common. 

      I find that often it can still be very hard to find information on certain topics. Most times when I have been writing papers for other classes, I find it very hard to find useful information or specifics that would help back up an argument.

  2. Jul 2017
    1. Finally, the overwhelming presence of Texas places reveals the dominance of regional space. Galveston, Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, and San Antonio may have occupied a relatively lowly position in the nation’s urban hierarchy, but they sprawled across the Houston Daily Post’s imagined geography.

      I don't feel like this is very groundbreaking information. Wouldn't it be obvious that cities that are regional to the newspaper would be more likely to have been mentioned?

    1. I’ve spent a lot of my career talking about what digital methodology can do to advance scholarly arguments

      This is a very important line. Sums up the article and his argument very well. people need to start using this technology to make advancements instead of using it for stuff we already know.

    2. It’s gotten cited in books, journal articles, conference presentations, grant applications, government reports, white papers, and, of course, other blogs. 

      It's very cool how this research he did was able to be spread around so fast, and to so many different types of academic research.

    1. What makes you believe this site is NOT a trustworthy provider of historical texts?

      It doesnt seem to come from a scholarly source. I could be wrong.

    1. Using the nano text editor in your DHBox

      Im not exactly sure how to use this function of the Dbox. Is there anyone who could give me some help?

    1. but to the underlying data, methods, and experimental results that drive research projects forward.

      This is a great idea. It is very important for people to understand the whole process that another researcher has taken in order to get all their information.

    1. Macroscopes are not bound by time, but rather quantity.

      this is very simple, but is a very good way to help define macroscopes.