Los, Bettelou; Lubbers, Thijs. (2017). Setting up the correspondence analysis, [dataset]. http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/2244.
The HTML-document takes the reader through the process of creating a unigram correspondence analysis with "R"; the accompanying .csv files provide the input. This documentation accompanies the forthcoming publication: Los, B., & Lubbers, T. (submitted). Syntax, text-type, genre and authorial voice in Old English: A data-driven approach. In K. Bech, & R. Möhlig-Falke (Eds.), Grammar – Discourse – Context: Widening the Horizon for a Theory of Grammatical Change. (Discourse Patterns). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
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