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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
NOW contains 3.7 billion words of data from web-based newspapers and magazines from 2010 to the present time. The corpus grows by about 4-5 million words of data each day (from about 10,000 new articles), or about 130 million words each month. Note: full-text data for this corpus is not available.
Send questions about text and data mining access to library resources to this shared email above, which brings together librarians and campus partners with subject, copyright, technical, and licensing expertise.
For help with text mining tools and software, check out the D-Lab.
Questions and suggestions related to this guide can go to Stacy Reardon.