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Ginny Chung - Text Analysis 1

Page history last edited by Ginny Chung 4 years, 11 months ago

I used Peter Pan to browse through the text analysis tools.

 

I first tried to use AntConc, but it wouldn't download or open. So I then tried BubbleViz on Lexos. This is what it looked like.

I then went to "Prepare" and "Scrub" to make a list of Stopwords. I used the SMART 1971 stop word list found here.

This is what I got.

As you can see, Peter and Wendy are the words most found. When those two characters were taken out, there wasn't much of a pattern.

Here's what it looks like as a MultiCloud.

 

I tried the same things on Voyant Tools. This is a picture with "Peter" and "Wendy."

This is one without "Peter," "Wendy," and "said." 

 

I didn't find any pattern, except a lot of the words are verbs: hook, thought, CRIED, saw, went, look, think, hear, gave, let, etc. After removing "Hook," the word most used was "cried." It happens most towards the middle of the story. There's a lot to learn by analyzing text placements. 

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