Grant agreement: Academy of Finland no. 345610
Start date: 01-01-2022
Duration: 24 months
WP 3.3: Report on Qualitative survey data concept network
Date of reporting: 14-11-2022
Report author: Krista Lagus (University of Helsinki)
Contributors: Rachel Bryant, Maria Litova, Tuukka Oikarinen, Joni Oksanen, Maria Valaste (University of Helsinki), Sakari Taipale, Ida Toivanen, Tomi Oinas (University of Jyväskylä), Jani-Matti Tirkkonen (University of Eastern Finland), Jaakko Peltonen (Tampere University)
Deliverable location: https://github.com/DARIAH-FI-Survey-Concept-Network
The objective of the WP3.3 is to better use unstructured qualitative textual data in the context of Finnish surveys with the use of a concept network tool. The toolbox is intended to build a bridge from not-very-NLP-coding-apt social science researchers towards the computational NLP community’s text analytics methods and processes that might be useful for understanding the results of their survey.
Currently, the concept network tool consists of implementing multiple use cases for the exploratory analysis of survey open responses as separate processing streams. Use cases for the streams are being defined based on working with the pilot data sets. There are 5 pilot data sets that have been obtained for explorative methodological work to facilitate tool development. So far analysis and development work has begun on three; remaining two will be utilised for testing the tools during 2023. We are likely to reach the final version of deliverable 3.3.1 in Q4/2022 or Q1/2023. At the moment, we have pushed the deadline to Q4/2022 due to data set obtaining, data analyses and methods exploration taking more time than was originally anticipated. The toolset (process pipeline) development is in progress, not ready to be released yet, as it needs harmonising, testing and documenting.
The European Language Grid (ELG) aims to provide a digital marketplace where European companies, organizations and citizens can both offer and efficiently use language technologies, data sets and services. The ELG workshop presents an overview of the ELG platform and the ELG pilot projects. Welcome to see what ELG has to offer for you!
The workshop is a free online event, but registration is required. Please register via the ELRC website by 10th December. NB: In case you wish to participate in the ELG tutorial session that may be arranged after the workshop, please indicate this in the field for additional information on the registration form. Thanks!
Note that the third ELRC Workshop in Finland will also take place online, in the same virtual room, on the same day at 9.30-12.40. Welcome to participate in both events!
|14:00||Welcome and introduction|
|14:30||ELG online demo|
|14:50||Presentations of Finnish Pilot Projects funded in ELG: PARA4DLM (University of Turku), LSDISCO (Lingsoft); OPUS-MT (University of Helsinki)|
|15:20||Expectations/requirements of Finnish Language Technology providers|
Marko Turpeinen, 1001Lakes
|15:40||Summary and discussion|
|16:00||End of workshop|
|16:15||Tutorial: How to integrate a service into ELG|
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