SADiLaR WORKSHOP 1 – REGISTER HERE Introduction to working with digital textVoyant tools Participants will gain new experience on how to analyse and read digital texts in an online environment – no prior experience required. What you can do with Voyant (https://service.sadilar.org/voyant/): Use it to learn how computers-assisted analysis works. Check out our examples that show you how to do real academic tasks with Voyant. Use it to study texts that you find on the web or texts that you have carefully edited and have on your computer. Use it to add functionality to your online collections, journals, blogs or web sites so others can see through your texts with analytical tools. Use it to add interactive evidence to your essays that you publish online. Add interactive panels right into your research essays (if they can be published online) so your readers can recapitulate your results. Regular expressions Participants will learn how to search for patterns in text using regular expressions. Knowledge gained in this session will be transferable to many different platforms and analysis systems. No prior experience needed.
SADiLaR WORKSHOP 2 – REGISTER HERE ELAN Participants will gain experience in using ELAN to annotate video and audio recordings. No prior experience needed. With ELAN a user can add an unlimited number of textual annotations to audio and/or video recordings. An annotation can be a sentence, word or gloss, a comment, translation or a description of any feature observed in the media. Annotations can be created on multiple layers, called tiers. Tiers can be hierarchically interconnected. An annotation can either be time-aligned to the media or it can refer to other existing annotations. The content of annotations consists of Unicode text and annotation documents are stored in an XML format (EAF) https://archive.mpi.nl/tla/elan