Accelerating and validating ex post facto hypothesis formulation

This is a guest post by Evelijn Martinius, highlighting findings from her internship on the project in January 2015: Researchers often set out to test their hypothesis, but the question I would like to pose in the post is: how do they come to frame their hypothesis?...

Why argumentation?

Here is a blog post by project team member Nona Naderi. We study argumentation to understand how arguments are related and interact with one another. This kind of analysis allows for better interpretation of human reasoning. Here is an example from Araucaria, a corpus...

Talk of Europe Creative Camp

One of our Amsterdam-based team members, Maarten Marx, is giving a presentation about DiLiPaD at the Talk of Europe Creative Camp on October 8, 2014 in Hilversum, The Netherlands. You can see the slides of Maarten’s talk here. See also...

Argumentation, ideology and issue framing in parliamentary discourse

I am linking to a position paper by Graeme Hirst et al., which looks at how ideological positions are expressed in text, with specific reference to the issue of immigration, as discussed in the proceedings of the British, Canadian and Dutch parliaments. Please follow...