Besides my academic work in philosophy, I sometimes like to code and engage in small projects. You can find some of these projects on GitHub. Here’s some that I would mention:
Recently I started a project in collaboration with Miguel González Duque (ITU Copenhagen) to apply text mining methods to three Latin American philosophy journals: Ideas y Valores (Colombia), Crítica (Mexico) and Análisis Filosófico (Argentina). The aim is to get some insight on the development of philosophy in Latin America in the last decades using topic modeling. You can find out about our progress in this repository.
I’ve been visiting the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy to do some text analyses. Some of these you can find in this repository. Any help or suggestions are more than welcome!
As a practice exercise I ran some text mining analyses on my dissertation Emotions as functional kinds: a meta-theoretical approach to constructing scientific theories of emotions (HU Berlin). You can find them in this repository.
This site’s code is available on GitHub! You can find it in this repository.