A methodology for digitally exploring electronic publication content

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Loizides, Fernando; Jones, Sam;

The work in this article presents a methodology and coding examples to be used by those wanting to explore the content of a large corpus of digital publications stored online in PDF format and gain insight into their common content and changes over time. The method can ... View more
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