Here you will find reports of programming experiments completed and in progress.
By and large, these experiments will focus on turning natural language texts into computational objects–integers, lists, graphs, sets, dictionaries.
Up to this point, by experimental environment has been Python, with a reliance on existing modules created by Python’s fertile developer community, some of which include the Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK), NetworkX, Scipy, Matplotlib, and SciKit-learn.
My thoughts about these projects will be stored in Experiments Blog.
I will also be uploading some web-based apps that muster computational methods to aid work being done in the field of rhetoric, composition, professional writing, and digital humanities.