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ProQuest TDM Studio

A guide on how to access and use ProQuest TDM Studio

Part 2: Analyze Your Dataset

  1. To begin analyzing your dataset, click open Jupyter Notebook in the upper right hand corner of the workbench. You might need to turn the environment on using the toggle button. A separate tab/window will open to your Jupyter Notebook.  
  2. Within the Jupyter Notebook you will have access to several files and directories. The ones that you will want to work with are the following:  
    1. Getting Started R1.1 
      1. en_core_web_sm-2.3.1
        1. ner
        2. parser
        3. tagger
        4. vocab
        5. accuracy.json
        6. meta.json
        7. tokenizer
      2. Geographic Analysis r1.1
        1. geo_files
        2. 1. Geo Analysis Locational Entity Extraction r1.1.ipynb
        3. 2. Geo Analysis Geocoding r1.1.ipynb
        4. 3. Geo Analysis Visualization r1.1.ipynb
      3. nltk_data
        1. corpora
      4. output_files
        1. keyword_in_context
        2. kwic_over_time
        3. top_10_ner
        4. topic_modelling
      5. ProQuest TDM Studio Manual r1.1
        1. faq_images
        2. Common XML Tags r1.1.ipynb
        3. Content Selection Guide r1.1.ipynb
        4. Export Instructions r1.1.ipynb
        5. TDM Studio Manual r1.1.ipynb
        6. Upload Instructions r1.1.ipynb
      6. ProQuest TDM Studio Samples r1.1
        1. Convert to Dataframe Multiprocessing r1.1.ipynb
        2. Convert to Dataframe PQDT r1.1.ipynb
        3. Convert to Dataframe r1.1.ipynb
        4. Display Document Counts r1.1.ipynb
        5. Document Term Matrix r1.1.ipynb
        6. Keyword in Context r1.1.ipyn
        7. KWIC Over Time r1.1.ipynb
        8. Top 10 NER r1.1.ipynb
        9. Topic Modelling r1.1.ipynb
  3. You can use the ProQuest Studio samples, or upload or create your own scripts. If you use the ProQuest Studio samples, you have to make a copy of the file and then rename it with the name of your dataset at the end.  
  4. While this documentation details how to upload scripts and export data, you can find additional help in the ProQuest TDM Studio Manual directory in the Jupyter Notebook. The ProQuest team has put together some documentation on downloading, exporting, and uploading data and files, and also has a list of FAQs. Refer to this additional documentation at any time.