Text Mining/Analysis Data Visualization Geospatial Analysis
  • Mapping the Attention of Waco-Area Residents From 1916-1918
    “Mapping the Geographic Attention of Waco-Area Residents from 1916-1918” Presentation as part of the Texas Map Society Spring 2021 Meeting To understand which parts of the world attracted the attention of Waco-area residents leading up to the U.S. involvement in WWI, this research examines…
  • Intensive Training: Learn to Text Data Mine Using Jupyter Notebooks on Google Colab
    Materials to accompany the ER&L 2021 workshop 'Learn to Text Data Mine Using Jupyter Notebooks on Google Colab' Presenter: Joshua Been, Baylor University Libraries Materials: View Workshop Materials on GitHub About: This asynchronous and self-paced workshop is organized into 4 sections and 7…
  • Data Viz of the Week #9: Analyzing the Use of 'Anti-Lynching' using HTRC+Bookworm
    Data Visualization with the HTRC’s Bookworm Tool by Eileen Bentsen, Librarian - English, History, Honors College, & Medical Humanities On October 26, 1921, President Harding gave a speech in Alabama condemning lynching. While the speech, by today’s standards, would be considered far short of the mark of civil rights (Pres. Harding sought only political and…
  • Data Viz of the Week #6: Text Data Mining Exploration of Works About Karl Barth
    DVotW (Data Viz of the Week) #6 Published: Monday, September 27, 2020 Title: Text Data Mining Exploration of Works About Karl Barth Contributors: Bill Hair, Joshua Been Data: Gale Digital Scholar Lab (Baylor Only)
  • Data Viz of the Week #3 - Women's Suffrage in the United Kingdom
    DVotW (Data Viz of the Week) #3 Published: Monday, September 7, 2020 Title: Women's Suffrage in the United Kingdom Contributors: Eileen Bentsen, Joshua Been Data: Gale Digital Scholar Lab (Baylor Only)
  • Presentation: Freedom Narratives and Artifacts of African American Interpretation of Deuteronomy
    https://josh-been.github.io/Freedom-Narratives-Deuteronomy/ Dr. Steve Reid (Truett Seminary) and Josh Been just presented a paper outlining the results of approximately two years of text data mining research into understanding the African American response to the Book of Deuteronomy in…
  • State of the Union Addresses: Networking Similarities
    Description: All Presidential State of the Union Addresses from 1790-2006 organized by similarity of terms within the text and colors showing 4 communities, or classes, of Addresses. This is an example of applying social network analysis to text similarity. It is interesting to see the most central and significant Addresses were Truman's in 1946 and…
  • Workshop: Visualizing Text Locations Using Python
    Holding a hands-on workshop at SMU in a couple of weeks. Have a collection of digitized books, music lyrics, letters, or articles, and want to visualize a map of all locations mentioned in the texts? A combination of Python libraries, including spaCy, Geocoder, and Folium can seamlessly bridge the worlds…
  • Mapping the Attention of Waco-Area Residents From 1916-1918
    “Mapping the Geographic Attention of Waco-Area Residents from 1916-1918” Presentation as part of the Texas Map Society Spring 2021 Meeting To understand which parts of the world attracted the attention of Waco-area residents leading up to the U.S. involvement in WWI, this research examines…
  • Creations: Celebrating Transformational Research & Scholarship
    Creations: Celebrating Transformational Research & Scholarship View Power BI Dashboard & Message from President Linda Livingstone Dashboard contains Creations content from 2018-2020 Our annual Creations exhibition supports the research ambitions articulated in Baylor's academic strategic plan, Illuminate, and…
  • Data Viz of the Week #15: Baylor Biblical Art
    Click to Launch DVotW (Data Viz of the Week) #15 Published: Sunday, December 06, 2020 Title: Baylor Biblical Art Contributors: Beth Farwell, Joshua Been Data: St. John's Bible Data Visualization Software: Microsoft Power BI
  • Data Viz of the Week #14: Baylor University COVID-19 Dashboard
    Click to Launch DVotW (Data Viz of the Week) #14 Published: Wednesday, November 25, 2020 Title: Baylor University COVID-19 Dashboard Contributors: Joshua Been Data: Baylor University Data Visualization Software: Microsoft Power BI
  • Data Viz of the Week #13: World's 100 Tallest Buildings
    Click to Launch DVotW (Data Viz of the Week) #13 Published: Monday, November 15, 2020 Title: World's 100 Tallest Buildings Contributors: Ken Carriveau, Joshua Been Data: The Skyscraper Center Data Visualization Software: Microsoft Power BI
  • Data Viz of the Week #12: Top 15 Bachelor's Degree Categories Awarded by Baylor University 2012-2017
    Click to Launch DVotW (Data Viz of the Week) #12 Published: Monday, November 09, 2020 Title: Top 15 Bachelor's Degree Categories Awarded by Baylor University 2012-2017 Contributors: Ellen Filgo, Joshua Been Data: IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System)
  • Data Viz of the Week #11: Early Voting by County by Date 2020
    Click to Launch DVotW (Data Viz of the Week) #11 Published: Monday, November 02, 2020 Title: Early Voting by County by Date 2020 Contributors: Joshua Been Data: Texas Secretary of State
  • Data Viz of the Week #10: What are the Favorite Halloween Candies in Your State?
    Click to Launch DVotW (Data Viz of the Week) #10 Published: Sunday, November 01, 2020 Title: What are the Favorite Halloween Candies in Your State? Contributors: Carol Schuetz, Joshua Been Data: https://www.candystore.com/
  • Data Viz of the Week #6: Text Data Mining Exploration of Works About Karl Barth
    DVotW (Data Viz of the Week) #6 Published: Monday, September 27, 2020 Title: Text Data Mining Exploration of Works About Karl Barth Contributors: Bill Hair, Joshua Been Data: Gale Digital Scholar Lab (Baylor Only)
  • Workshop: Visualizing Text Locations Using Python
    Holding a hands-on workshop at SMU in a couple of weeks. Have a collection of digitized books, music lyrics, letters, or articles, and want to visualize a map of all locations mentioned in the texts? A combination of Python libraries, including spaCy, Geocoder, and Folium can seamlessly bridge the worlds…
  • Mapping Happiness: Happiest Places on Earth
    Where is *your* happiest place? Use this online tool to find out. Select from available criteria, set the direction, and assign weights. Data Source: Complete Collection, v1.01 Background: In 2014 I held a GIS workshop leading participants through an ArcGIS Desktop exercise using suitability analysis to create…
  • Creative Waco - New Potential Constituents
    Project Title: Creative Waco - New Potential Constituents Description:Each student group is focusing on one particular sector to help identify other constituents to bring to the table to work with Creative Waco. Based on each team's focus, students used up to five (5) variables to create a Risk Index by Block Group in McLennan County.…
  • Impoverished Youth Index & Unused Church Properties
    Project Title: Impoverished Youth Index & Unused Church Properties Description:Identify unused church properties in McLennan County, Texas that may potentially be used to support social service targeted at impoverished youth. This visualization was built specifically for a graduate course cross-listed as Social Work/Truett Seminary. Researchers Involved: Dr. Stephanie Boddie, Baylor School of Social Work Joshua…