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Part 1 – Text-analysis Exercise
 

1. Download onto your computer the Antconc text-analysis program (available for Mac, Windows, Linux). Antconc comes as a simple executable file that does not need to be “installed.” You just run the file. (Note: if you do not have a computer you can use for this purpose, see your TA or the professor for suggestions of labs available for use on campus and in the English department.)
 
Note for Mac Users: When you try to open AntConc, there will be a security message that says the app was prevented from opening. In order to get around this, you need to click the Apple icon, go to System Preferences, then Security & Privacy, and (if you haven’t already) change your preferences to Allow apps downloaded from “App Store and identified developers.” Even if these are your settings, the system will prevent AntConc from opening (it’s not an identified developer), but there will be a caption next to the radio buttons that says something along the lines of “AntConc was prevented from opening” and a button labeled “Open Anyway.” Click Open Anyway, and you shouldn’t have any issues running the application after that.
 

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2. Find or create a plain-text (.txt) version of a long literary work or collection of works. Possible sources:
Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49 in someone’s online version (This is a PDF file from which you will need to copy the text and put it in a plain-text .txt file).
 
William Gibson’s Neuromancer in The Cyberpunk Project’s online HTML version. (This is a HTML file from which you will need to copy the text and put it in a plain-text .txt file).
 
One of the literary or related collections of works available in plain-text form in this section of the professor’s Digital Humanities Toychest site.
 

3. Study your chosen work(s) with Antconc. Then take “souvenirs” of your explorations with Antconc (hopefully something interesting) that you can show your TA (e.g., screenshots, exports into spreadsheets, etc.). Send your souvenirs to your TA 24 hours before your section; and also bring your souvenirs to section in printed form.
 
Tutorials for Antconc
 
Video and other tutorials on Antconc home page (scroll down to the tutorials)
Heather Froehlich, “Getting Started with AntConc” (tutorial)
The Grammar Lab, “Antconc Walk-Through” (tutorial)
Instructions for using a “stopwords” list in Antconc (to filter out common words like “the,” “of,” etc.):
Download the following stopwords list and save it as (or copy it into) a plain-text “txt” file on your computer: buckley-salton.txt
 
Open Antconc,
click on “Tool Preferences” among the tabs at the top
click on “Word List” in the left panel
at the bottom under “Word List Range” choose “Use a stoplist below”, then “Add words from a file” (and choose the buckley-salton.txt file on your computer)
then press “Apply” at the bottom
 
Part 2 – Short Commentary (1-2 pages of double-spaced text). This short commentary must be turned into your TA in hard copy.
Write a short commentary in which you use your explorations of your literary work(s) with Antconc to note aspects of the work that came to light through text analysis and that could lead a scholar to pursue possible future directions/topics of research.
 
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