Andrea Nini
TitleCited byYear
Multidimensional Analysis Tagger 1.2, Manual
A Nini
Retrieved from, 2014
37*2014
Analyzing lexical emergence in Modern American English online1
J Grieve, A Nini, D Guo
English Language & Linguistics 21 (1), 99-127, 2017
252017
Authorship profiling in a forensic context
A Nini
Aston University, 2015
142015
Bridging the gap between stylistic and cognitive approaches to authorship analysis using Systemic Functional Linguistics and multidimensional analysis
A Nini, T Grant
International Journal of Speech Language and the Law 20 (2), 173-202, 2013
142013
Register variation in malicious forensic texts.
A Nini
International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law 24 (1), 2017
122017
Multidimensional Analysis Tagger (Version 1.3)
A Nini
https://sites.google.com/site/multidimensionaltagger/, 2015
112015
Mapping Lexical Innovation on American Social Media
J Grieve, A Nini, D Guo
Journal of English Linguistics 46 (4), 293-319, 2018
52018
An authorship analysis of the Jack the Ripper letters
A Nini
Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 33 (3), 621-636, 2018
52018
The application of growth curve modeling for the analysis of diachronic corpora
A Nini, C Corradini, D Guo, J Grieve
Language Dynamics and Change 7 (1), 102-125, 2017
52017
The Multi-Dimensional Analysis Tagger
A Nini
Multi-Dimensional Analysis: Research Methods and Current Issues, 67, 2019
2*2019
Attributing the Bixby Letter using n-gram tracing
J Grieve, I Clarke, E Chiang, H Gideon, A Heini, A Nini, E Waibel
Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 2017
22017
Developing forensic authorship profiling
A Nini
Language and Law= Linguagem e Direito 5 (2), 38-58, 2019
2019
Mapping Lexical Dialect Variation in British English using Twitter
J Grieve, C Montgomery, A Nini, A Murakami, D Guo
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence 2, 11, 2019
2019
Authorship profiling in a forensic context
A Nini
Language and Law= Linguagem e Direito 4 (1), 205-207, 2017
2017
Codal variation theory as a forensic tool
A Nini
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