word clouds

Sheila B. Robinson on Fast, Free, Fun on the Fourth with Word Cloud Generators

Hello! I’m Sheila B. Robinson, aea365’s Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor. It’s Independence Day in the US, the anniversary of the day our Declaration of Independence from Great Britain was signed in 1776. As I thought about what topic to tackle for this week’s post, I wondered what insights a word cloud created from the …

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Anna Jo Perry and Jens J. Hansen on Computer Aided Evaluation Reports

We are Anna Jo Perry a senior lecturer in Early Childhood Education at the Manukau Institute of Technology in Auckland New Zealand and Jens Hansen, Director of the Woodhill Park Research Retreat, a place that helps postgraduate thesis candidates to successfully complete their research. Although AEA365 contributions often focus on conducting evaluations across a range …

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Susan Kistler on Leaving Wordle for Tagxedo

Good Morning! Susan Kistler here, AEA’s Executive Director. We’ve had a number of posts talking about creating and using word clouds, primarily in terms of creating them through wordle. Word clouds take a set of text and create a cloud of the most frequent words in that text with word size within the cloud based …

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