[Sigmetrics] Topic modelling in arts and humanities research

Jonathan Adams j.adams at digital-science.com
Fri Nov 24 05:56:35 EST 2017

Dear Colleagues

Digital Science’s latest report analyses arts and humanities research
through  topic modelling of grant applications, unveiling an innovative and
richer understanding of the research activity in disciplines that have
received much less attention than STEM research.

Today, working with the Arts and Humanities Research Council
<http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/> (AHRC), we have released our latest Digital
Research Report on: “Topic Modelling of Research in the Arts and Humanities
<https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.5621260.v1>.” The report is an
analysis of AHRC grant applications and details new topic modelling
applications for analysing research funding data. This is the first time
these methods have been applied to a national funding dataset of research
grants  and one of the first comprehensive analytical views across research
in the arts and humanities.
Dr Jonathan Adams
Chief Scientist, Digital Science
Visiting Professor, King's College London


M/ +44 7964 908449
E/ j.adams at digital-science.com

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