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Data Mining Sources: Home

This research guide provides access to rich sources of textual, numeric, and geospatial data sources.

Mineable Sources

This research guide provides access to rich sources of textual, numeric, and geospatial data sources. For support in the use of digital research tools, as well as examples of digital scholarship here at Baylor, head to the Baylor Libraries' Digital Scholarship site.

Digital Scholarship At Baylor

The mission of the Baylor Libraries’ Digital Scholarship Program is to integrate digital research tools and techniques into campus research and curricula.  

 

Text Mining/Analysis Data Visualization Geospatial Analysis
Parse and structure words and phrases within texts in order to identify patterns, trends, topics, similarities, and more. Represent data in a symbolic visual environment in order to help explore and understand datasets (interactive visualization) or to convey a story or point of view (infographic). Use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools to question, analyze, and interpret spatial (location-based) and non-spatial (tabular) data to understand relationships, patterns, and trends.
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