Workshop: Text analysis with Voyant


Oct. 23, 2018, 10am to 11:30am

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

Eureka Room


Text Analysis is a growing method of research that uses algorithms to quickly search through a large corpus to generate word clouds, identify major themes, recognize relationships between words, and more. We will utilize Voyant, an open source software, to learn the basics of text analysis and how it can be used in research.

Participants will be able to utilize multiple text analysis tools within Voyant, list the benefits and limitations of using a digital text analysis tool, and brainstorm ways text analysis could be incorporated into their research.

Facilitators: Chelsea Heinbach, Teaching & Learning Librarian, and Hilla Sang, Data Visualization & GIS Specialist

The event is part of the University Libraries' Faculty and Graduate Student Workshop Series

Admission Information

Open to all faculty and graduate students.

Please RSVP online

Contact Information

University Libraries
Mark Lenker

External Sponsor

University Libraries