JeSemE: A Website for Exploring Diachronic Changes in Word Meaning and Emotion

11 Jul 2018 Johannes Hellrich Sven Buechel Udo Hahn

We here introduce a substantially extended version of JeSemE, an interactive website for visually exploring computationally derived time-variant information on word meanings and lexical emotions assembled from five large diachronic text corpora. JeSemE is designed for scholars in the (digital) humanities as an alternative to consulting manually compiled, printed dictionaries for such information (if available at all)... (read more)

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