ProQuest’s TDM (Text and Data Mining) Studio allows you to create and analyze datasets from a selection of ProQuest newspapers, including recent coverage from Atlanta Daily World, Barrons, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today.
TDM Studio offers two dashboards for text and data mining: Workbench and Visualization.
Workbench is most commonly used by faculty members, PhD or MSBA students who are comfortable writing scripts using Python or R using TDM Studio’s Jupyter Notebook.
Visualization is best for users not comfortable using Python or R. With this dashboard, keyword searches will return visualizations for geographic analysis, topic modeling, and sentiment analysis.
Regardless of which dashboard you choose to use, the first time you access TDM Studio, follow these steps to register for an account with your Emory.edu email. You can learn more about both TDM Studio dashboards and search strategies with ProQuest’s detailed research guide.
Remember Emory has a variety of resources for text and data mining for you to explore in your research.