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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Haverals, Wouter; Joosen, Vanessa;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | CAFYR (804920), EC | CAFYR (804920)

    This repository contains several items supplementing the article Constructing Age in Children’s Literature: A Digital Approach to Guus Kuijer’s Oeuvre [The Lion and the Unicorn, forthcoming] stylometry_kuijer.ipynb -- a Jupyter Notebook, containing the code to (re)run the stylometric analyses. Given that the original texts are copyrighted, they are not part of this repository. meta.xlsx -- a spreadsheet containing meta-information about the works of fiction authored by Guus Kuijer. scatterplot_kuijer.html -- an interactive scatterplot, comparing children and adolescent speech on the one hand, and adult and old adult speech on the other (made with the scattertext tool, developed by Jason Kessler).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Joosen, Vanessa;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | CAFYR (804920), EC | CAFYR (804920)

    This repository contains all the code supplementing the article by Vanessa Joosen, Research in Action: Constructing Age for Young Readers. In: International Research in Children’s Literature 14.3 (2021): 252–268. More specifically, the files are the following: - IRCL_parser.ipynb --> Jupyter Notebook, containing code for linguistic parsing - IRCL_speech_distribution.ipynb --> Jupyter Notebook, containing code for investigating speech distribution - IRCL_speech_scatterplot.ipynb --> Jupyter Notebook, containing code for building a Scatterplot (based on the wonderful Scattertext implementation by Jason S. Kessler; arxiv.org/abs/1703.00565). - norm_age.py --> Python script for extracting labeled information from the corpus according to specific age categorization methods {"references": ["Vanessa Joosen,\u00a0Research in Action: Constructing Age for Young Readers. In:\u00a0International Research in Children's Literature\u00a014.3 (2021): 252\u2013268."]}