Wilma and Nellie make large-scale data visual and easy to understand – even for non-technicians

Written by Fredrik Lundberg

15 Feb, 2023

Wilma and Nellie are both studying the fifth and last year of Master of Science in Media Technology and Engineering at Linköpings University.

This spring, they will do their Master Thesis at iMatrics where they will combine the areas of natural language processing and visualisation by developing a tool to visualise interesting aspects from news articles over time.

Today, there is a lot of information available online that is not fully utilized, and it is difficult to get an overview and grasp the content of the large-scale text data.

Wilma and Nellie want to develop an insightful yet simple text visualisation, which a non-technical person can easily interpret, it could be a good advance towards solving this issue.

 

We chose to do our Master Thesis at iMatrics since we were very inspired by our first meeting, partly by their knowledge and passion for text analytics, but also by their involvement in our interests and ideas. Therefore we thought that doing our Master Thesis with them would be a great match. – Wilma and Nellie

 

If you want to learn more about Wilma and Nellie, here is some fun fact:

Wilma: I am from Stockholm and in my spare time, I enjoy cooking, hiking, and reading books. In the future, I would like to try more cross-country skiing!
Nellie: I am originally from Öland, and I like to crochet, be in nature and play board games in my spare time.

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