TDM Studio Paid for by K-State Libraries NEH Endowment Fund
There are 2 individual products within TDM Studio.
The first product allows the mining and analyzing of text and data from a selection of newspapers including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post, and academic dissertations/theses. Visualization tools provide easy ways to manipulate the results. An account
, using your K-State email address, must be created to use this database.
To help conduct more in-depth analysis, researchers with coding skills can request a workbench, from their subject librarian
, that will allow for the analyzing of data using Python or R. A workbench allows the mining and analyzing of text and data from the Libraries’ ProQuest collections (current and historical newspapers, full-text dissertations and theses, scholarly journals, primary sources, etc.) and personal datasets (open-access content such as institutional repositories, journal articles, social media, blogs, etc.).