Monthly Archives: September 2015

Learning Python (Week 4)

After last week’s distressing discovery, that CollateX is now only available as a Python module, I decided to hunker down and get serious about learning Python. I’m an educated person: I can learn a programming language, even if the only … Continue reading

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CollateX, Python, Anaconda, Oh My: Or, What Have I Done? (Week 3 Reflections)

Somewhere in previous two or three posts I explained that I want to engage more sophisticated collation tools, which for me includes CollateX. Therefore, I decided this past week to get really engaged. Upon turning to the site at CollateX.net, … Continue reading

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Reflections two weeks (and 2 days) into research semester

This post will be brief on last week’s tasks–for purpose of self-reminding of thoughts–so that I can focus on tasks ahead. Last week turned again to business with the process of writing a book review, which I had promised to … Continue reading

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Reflections one week into research semester

As last week’s post explains, I have completed first week of one of two semesters devoted to research on Uncle Tom’s Cabin, in particular, on the editing of it. As I began, one of my first tasks was to unburden … Continue reading

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