“Distant Listening: Discovering Sound Patterns with ProseVis”

Tanya Clement (Assistant Professor, U. of Texas at Austin) | Wednesday, March 6th | 3-4 pm | Maker Lab (TEF 243)

This workshop will introduce ProseVis, a tool that allows readers to discover aural features across literary texts. A SEASR tool, ProseVis makes prosodic features of literary texts discoverable by overlaying data produced by OpenMary, a text-to-speech application tool for extracting aural features and instance-based predictive modeling features as color codes on the original text.

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MA Student, English | Assistant, Maker Lab