March 2, 2021

New Journal Article: “Digital Archives as Big Data”

The following article was recently published by Mathematical Population Studies 2018. We are providing access to an preprint version deposited by the author in arXiv.

Title

Digital Archives as Big Data

Author

Luis Martinez-Uribe

Source

via arXiv

Final Version in: Mathematical Population Studies
DOI: 10.1080/08898480.2017.1418116

Abstract

Digital archives contribute to Big data. Combining social network analysis, coincidence analysis, data reduction, and visual analytics leads to better characterize topics over time, publishers’ main themes and best authors of all times, according to the British newspaper The Guardian and from the 3 million records of the British National Bibliography.

Direct to Full Text Article
17 pages; PDF.

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