Programming Historian Lesson on the Edinburgh Geoparser

The Programming Historian lesson on Geoparsing Text with the Edinburgh Geoparser was released yesterday. The Programming Historian site provides novice-friendly, peer-reviewed lessons that help humanists acquire skills on using different digital tools and techniques for research or teaching.

The lesson on the Edinburgh Geoparser is a step-by-step guide on how to download and set up the tool, how to geo-parse a text file and how to extract the geo-location information from the geoparser’s XML output into TSV format. We are hoping that anyone interested in mapping location mentions in text will try it out. We would like to thank the reviewers, Anouk Lang, Sarah Simpkin and Ian Milligan, for all of their useful comments and feedback.

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