ContentMine

ContentMine: A Practical Exploration of Mining the Scientific Literature

One of the clear results emerging from the recent FutureTDM Knowledge Cafe series is the low level of awareness among researchers about what text...
Marco Caspers

The Role of Anne Frank’s Diary and Academic Freedom for Text...

It is beyond dispute that Anne Frank’s diary is of great historical value. A recent Dutch court decision confirms this, in a case that...
OpenMinteD

White Paper on Community Requirements for Text and Data Mining

Text and data mining is important to different scientific communities, but what do these different user communities need to mine succesfully?  One of the...

FutureTDM Workshop II

On 29 March, FutureTDM held our second workshop on improving the uptake of EU text and data mining (TDM) in Brussels.Kindly hosted by leading...
Maria Eskevich

TDM for Scientific Publications: Venues and Ideas

Text and data mining (TDM) lies at the intersection of research interests from different research communities: computational linguistics (CL), information retrieval (IR), artificial intelligence...

The FutureTDM Open Science Cafe at the Dutch Presidency Open Science...

Open Science is a key priority of the Dutch EU Presidency. The Netherlands is committed to open access to scientific publications and the best...
OpenMinteD

European TDM Projects: OpenMinTeD, an Overview

What is OpenMinTeD?OpenMinTeD stands for Open Mining INfrastructure for TExt and Data. It is an open, service oriented, e-Infrastructure for Text and Data Mining...
Jan Strycharz

Trend analysis, future applications and economics of TDM

Text and Data Mining (TDM) has a vital role to play to ensure that Big Data exerts an economic impact. Gleaning value from vast...
Freyja van den Boom

APE2017: Publishing Ethics, Doing the Right Thing – Doing Things Right

FutureTDM will be present at the Academic Publishing in Europe (APE) conference in Berlin. We look forward to presenting our FutureTDM consortium poster and...
OpenMinteD

Text and data mining in history

Joris van Eijnatten is professor of cultural history at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. He has a fascination for numbers that not many historians have....