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In this second entry in the Recipe series, we will get started by getting familiar with R and the RStudio IDE.

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This is the introduction to the Recipe series for doing language research with R and RStudio.

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A post to test some of the basic features and functions of blogdown.

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This is the first post in the academic theme for Hugo.

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In this post I will step through how to integrate geo-tagged tweets into the choropleth plots I created in the previous post, “Mapping US Census data”. I will also show how you can use the plotly package to make the plot interactive and enable a hover-over effect to display the tweet content.

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Projects

ACTIV-ES

The ACTIV-ES project is the ongoing development of a comparable Spanish corpus comprised of tv/film dialogue from Argentine, Mexican and Spanish productions.

Data Science for Language Research

Upcoming textbook aimed at introducing the fundamental concepts and practical code for applying Data Science in language research.

Teaching

At Wake Forest University I teach both upper-division undergraduate courses for the Spanish major/minor, core and elective courses for the Linguistics program, and graduate courses in the Translation and Interpreting Studies MA program.

I have taught the following courses:

Spanish

  • 111. Elementary Spanish I
  • 113. Intensive Elementary Spanish
  • 153. Intermediate Spanish
  • 154. Accelerated Intermediate Spanish
  • 309. Spanish Grammar and Composition
  • 322. Spanish Pronunciation and Dialect Variation
  • 329. Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics

Linguistics

  • 150. Introduction to Linguistics
  • 330. Psycholinguistics and Language Acquisition
  • 380-680. Language Use and Technology
  • 383-683. Language Engineering: Localization and Terminology

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