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Growing Haskell toolset to parse and handle the XML annotated version of Shakespeare’s literature the Folger Shakespeare Library provides.
A little Python 3 script we created that fetches a Shakespeare play from http://shakespeare.mit.edu/ and outputs a CSV table with the times each character appears. It takes into account when characters enter and exit the stage and it can be used to determine when characters meet each other.
$ python3 characters.py http://shakespeare.mit.edu/twelfth_night/full.html time,character 0,CURIO 0,DUKE ORSINO 1,VALENTINE 1,CURIO 1,DUKE ORSINO 3,VIOLA 6,SIR ANDREW …
A tool that analyses the frequency with which each character uses a word, generating a “significance index” based on:
- How often the character uses the word
- How often the character speaks overall
- How often other characters use the word
We used this to perform in-depth analysis of characters on Richard II.
A freeware text analysis toolkit for concordancing and text analysis. Can be used to:
- Search for individual words in an individual play or corpus of plays
- Make concordance plots
- View n-grams
An application for the close reading and scholarly analysis of texts, largely used on this project for determining the log-likelihoods of specific words and generating word clouds to display this information in a user-friendly manner.
We have a guide for using WordHoard.
Generates statistics and identifies linguistic patterns and groups.