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Matt Clausen

Comparisons of Inaugural Addresses - 0 views

    In these visualizations, a given text-the "specimen"-is compared to some larger group of texts-the "normative" text-using the Dunning log likelihood statistical analysis, which gives weight to words in a text according to how their frequency of use in the specimen text differs from the norm. All visualizations feature a cloud that varies from gray to blue. In this cloud, the size of the word corresponds to the number of times the word was used in a given address. The word's color depends on how statistically unlikely the word is in the normative text; in other words, a blue word was used more in the given speech than in the others it is compared to.
Fred Delventhal

Speech Wars - Inaugural Addresses, History of Politics - 0 views

    See how often US presidents have said certain words in their inaugural addresses. Click on the examples on the right, or type in your own word above. Hover over points in the graph and milestones to see names and dates
Anne Bubnic

Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies - 0 views

    From the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies. All things inaugaral and related to the 44th inauguration of Barack Obama. Includes vintage video.
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