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From Christie Versagli:

It's with enthusiasm that we at the World Well-Being Project (University of Pennsylvania) would like to share with you the launch of lexhub.org, a hub for data, tools, papers, and almost any resource in the growing field of language analysis for social science. 

Standing at the crossroads between computational linguistics and social science, LexHub is an online community space designed to help a range of audiences understand, execute, and share large-scale language analyses deriving insights about people. Users can read about existing language analysis projects, learn how to conduct their own language analyses, and connect with other researchers within this field. The LexHub mission is to support the continued growth of this unique and valuable interdisciplinary field.

LexHub will be an ever-evolving, collaborative site. We look forward to hearing your impressions about the site and we would appreciate any feedback you can share regarding content or functionality. In particular, please let us know of any relevant content you'd like shared on LexHub. We welcome your involvement.

Update 5/8/2015 —

Thank you for your interest in LexHub. We wanted to inform followers that we have recently added RSS capabilities to the site which can enable users to receive notifications about the latest updates to the main sections of LexHub: Data Sets, Tools, Tutorials, Articles, Connect, and Conferences. You can find the orange RSS buttons below the white content boxes.

Because LexHub intends to be an ever-evolving and collaborative site, we are continuing to update the content and functionality of the site and we appreciate your input to ensure it remains effective for users.

Thank you again for your consideration and involvement in LexHub.

– The World Well-Being Project
University of Pennsylvania

1 Comment

  1. Ted Powell said,

    March 31, 2015 @ 5:22 pm

    lexhub.org does not appear to have a news feed—at least not one that can be auto-discovered.
    There were errors while parsing this feed!
    Could not detect the type of this feed! Please check if the source really points to a resource provided in one of the supported syndication formats!

    XML Parser Output:
    The URL you want Liferea to subscribe to points to a webpage and the auto discovery found no feeds on this page. Maybe this webpage just does not support feed auto discovery.Source points to HTML document.

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