Text Mining for the Rest of Us
Table of contents
1. Incredible Research Results with iResearch Reporter
2. Understanding iResearch Reporter
3. iResearch Reporter Example Reports
5. Special Area Research Ideas
5.1. Journalism / News Research Sites
5.1.1. AssignmentEditor.com® - The Newsroom Home Page - Terrific resource site for journalists and writers.
5.1.2. Google Open Directory - Arts: Writers Resources: Non-Fiction: Journalism - Google's DMOZ directory project journalism site listing.
5.1.4. - Journalism & Mass Communication Resources on the Web - from eLibrary@iowastateuniversity
5.1.5. Journalism and the Press: General Research and Reference Tools - Yale Research Guide for Mass Media and Popular Culture.
5.1.7. The Journalist's Toolbox: Other Journalism Research Pages Archives - Well-selected pointers to valuable research sites for journalists.
5.1.9. Moorhead State University: Journalism Resources - Journalism student resource collection.
5.1.10. News Research Resources - News Division, Special Libraries Association.
5.1.11. NewsLibrary.com - "More than 182 Million Newspaper Articles from Thousands of Credible U.S. Publications—All In One Location." Commercial site
5.2. Custom Study Guides
5.3. Student Users
6. Online Research Tips & Tricks
6.3. Search Engines - Recommended & Effective
6.3.1. Google - Of course! THE benchmark for searching the Web.
6.3.2. Clusty, the clustering search engine - Automatic clustering of search results into sub-topical groups...makes it easy to drill down to just what you need.
6.3.3. Yippy, the "Cloud" Maker - Automatically generates a link "cloud" of important subtopic terms found inside your search results.
6.3.5. A9.com - Open Search Client - Define custom groups of search engines selecting from more than 700 search engines, and search them all in a single step. Save your group definitions; use predefined groups saved by others.