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No More Tradeoffs: The Era of Big Content Analysis Has Come

Practicing social science has always meant cleverly triangulating from limited data. But with TagWorks, the limits are falling away.

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SAGE Publishing Invests in Thusly to Bring Crowd Annotation Software to Social Scientists

SAGE Publishing, a leading global academic publisher, today announces that it has made a major seed investment in Thusly Inc, the maker of TagWorks. Katie Metzler, Executive Head of Methods Innovation at SAGE says, “This is an important milestone for us as we build a portfolio of new products to meet the evolving needs of social science researchers working in the age of big data.”

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Nick Adams on Textual Analysis

Fake news, whether truly phony or merely unpalatable, has become an inescapable trope for modern media consumers. Sociologist Nick Adams, in this Social Science Bites podcast, offers hope that a tool he’s developed can improve the media literacy of the populace.

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