We reviewed what has to be written and changed our outline a bit. We are introducing a 4th example on Hume's Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. This will give us:
- An example of sustained analysis of a literary/philosophical text.
- An example of using markup (we will mark it up in simple XMLXML, or Extensible Markup Language, is a language used in web development to make a text readable by web browsers and/or store data.
Like HTML, XML is primarily formed of paired elements. Unlike HTML, the elements are defined by the user, rather than predefined. For example, both < book >< /book > and < murfle >< /murfle > are valid element pairs. These elements apply characteristics and metadata to the text within them. One pair of elements may be nested inside another:
< book >< title >< /title >< /book >
Elements may also be modified by attributes and attribute values:
< book format="hardcover" >
In this case, the book element has the attribute 'format' and the attribute value 'hardcover'. In addition to storing metadata about the text, attribute/attribute value pairs are frequently used in combination with CSS to apply formatting to the text within the element.
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- It will let us experiment with visualizations
We are also going to experiment with Topic Modelling (on the Game Studies corpus) and Mandala.