This is an outline for a workshop on visualization with Voyeur. It is based on a workshop given at DH 2010 in London, England.
- The workshop leaders will introduce themselves:
- Susan Brown, University of Alberta, University of Guelph, sbrown (at) uoguelph (dot) ca
- Geoffrey Rockwell, University of Alberta, geoffrey (dot) rockwell (at) ualberta (dot) ca, http://www.geoffreyrockwell.com
- Stan Ruecker, University of Alberta, sruecker (at) ualberta (dot) ca, http://www.ualberta.ca/~sruecker/
- Stéfan Sinclair, McMaster University, sgs (at) mcmaster (dot) ca, http://stefansinclair.name/
Voyeur is currently a beta release by Stéfan Sinclair and Geoffrey
Rockwell. Voyeur is the next generation in a series of text analysis
tools that include HyperPo and TAPoRware. It provides tables and graphs
related to word use across a single document or a collection. Voyeur
adds, among other things, the ability to handle much larger files than
the previous tools could.
- First, we will look at how to use Voyeur with a single text, and examine some of the visualizations that are possible.
- Then we will learn how to use Voyeur with a corpus.
- You will also have the opportunity to try Voyeur on your own corpus, if you have one.
- Finally, we will examine some of the more advanced features provided by Voyeur.
- Now make sure you can connect to the wireless
- Connect to Hermeneuti.ca and explore the resources there. Here are some useful links:
Here is a list of links for the Visualization for Literary History:
Here are the tools to try for the full Voyeur interface:
Now lets try the full text again in the full Voyeur:
For a list of tools see: http://entry.tapor.ca