The Dragonfly’s Gaze

This blog deals with computational approaches to literary text analysis, i.e. with the exploring, analyzing and interpreting (mostly) literary texts (mostly from European literary traditions) using textual data in digital form, software and services which support or enable such analysis, and various methods supported by software. While the thematic focus is relative narrow, the scope of items to be dealt with will be relatively wide, covering my own research related to computational text analysis as well as other people’s research and relevant methods, tools, data, events, people, publications, and news.


Christof Schöch

Christof Schöch is a Research Associate at the Department for Literary Computing, Würzburg University, Germany. He leads the junior research group CLiGS (Computational Literary Genre Stylistics). His interests are in French and Spanish Literature, Digital Humanites, and Open Access.

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