Arbeitsbereich Lexomics des Wheaton Colleges in Norton Massachusetts

June 15th, 2013 | von Andreas C. Hofmann |

http://wheatoncollege.edu/lexomics

The term “lexomics” was originally coined to describe the computer-assisted detection of “words” (short sequences of bases) in genomes. When applied to literature as they do here, lexomics is the analysis of the frequency, distribution, and arrangement of words in large-scale patterns. More specifically as relating to their current suite of tools they have built and use, they segment text(s), count the number of times each word appears in each segment (or chunk), and then apply cluster analysis to build dendrograms (branching diagrams or trees) that show relationships between the chunks.

Via leila.el-haydia@delicious.com [08.06.2013]; Text aus http://wheatoncollege.edu/lexomics/faq

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