Associate Professor, NYU Abu Dhabi

IAUPE 2016, Caxton and Computational Stylistics

Caxton and Computational Stylistics: Exploring Modes of Authorship in Early English Printed Texts
IAUPE 2016, London
David Joseph Wrisley  @DJWrisley
American University of Beirut/New York University Abu Dhabi

Figure: Rolling classify with 100 MFWs and Delta in Malory using the Chesse/Recuyell reference set (using the Stylo package for R)

rolling classify caxton

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