These sessions are part of a series of webinars hosted by the Graduate Program in Applied Linguistics (LAEL), Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. LAEL is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2020.
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Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Speaker: Jack Grieve and Nick Groom, University of Birmingham, UK
Title: The evolution of the linguistic structure of British patents
Time: 2pm-3pm, São Paulo time (GMT -3)
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LAEL Research Bazaar
Presenters: Vaclav Brezina and Raffaella Bottini, Lancaster University, UK
Title: Data visualization in Corpus linguistics: Theory and practical tools
Time: 4pm-5:30pm (São Paulo time, GMT -3)
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Instructions to participants:
Numbers and graphs are two essential modes of scientific communication, complementing, evidencing and underscoring information communicated through text. The former mode pertains to statistics, while the latter is connected with data visualization.
This practical webinar provides an overview of key principles of successful scientific communication which uses statistical and visual presentation of data. Examples of useful statistical and visualization techniques will be offered, including the description and visualization of central tendencies in the data (mean and median), as well as distributions (range and interquartile range) and more complex inferential statistical models. Practical exercises will be provided to participants and Lancaster Stats Tools online (http://corpora.lancs.ac.uk/st
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