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人文情報学拠点ワークショップ:中国古典のためのデジタル研究ツール

Digital Research Tools for Pre-modern Chinese Texts

講師:Donald Sturgeon 博士(ハーバード大学)

日時:2017年12月13日 17:00~20:00

場所:東京大学法文1号館第1階113教室

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主催:東京大学大学院人文社会系研究科人文情報学拠点

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中国古典テクストの世界最大のクラウドソーシング翻刻サイトChinese Text Project (ctext.org) の開発・運営者であるDonald Sturgeon先生をハーバード大学からお招きして、このサイトの基本をご紹介して頂くとともに、提供されているテクスト分析ツールを実際に操作しながら学んで頂きます。今回のツールは、基本的にWebブラウザ上で使えるようですので、特に新しいソフトウェアをインストールする必要はありません。

概要:

Digital methods offer increasingly powerful tools to aid in the study and analysis of historical written works, both through exploratory techniques in which previously unnoticed trends and relationships are highlighted, as well as through computer-assisted assembly of data to refute or confirm particular hypotheses. Applying such techniques in practice often requires first overcoming technical challenges – in particular access to machine-readable editions of the desired texts, as well as to tools capable of performing such analyses.

This hands-on practical workshop introduces approaches intended to reduce the technical barriers to experimenting with these techniques and evaluating their utility for particular scholarly uses. The first part of this workshop introduces the Chinese Text Project, which has grown to become the largest full-text digital library of pre-modern Chinese. While on the one hand the website offers a simple means to access commonly used functions such as full-text search for a wide range of pre-modern Chinese sources, at the same time it also provides more sophisticated mechanisms allowing for more open-ended use of its contents, as well as the ability to contribute directly to the digitization of entirely new materials.

The second part of the workshop introduces tools for performing digital textual analysis of Chinese-language materials, which may be obtained from the Chinese Text Project or elsewhere. These include identification of text reuse within and between written materials, sophisticated pattern search using regular expressions, and visualization of the results of these and other types of analysis.