Members of PoltextLAB attended a conference of the COMPTEXT international text mining network in Dublin from 6 to 7 May.
Miklós Sebők is a member of the conference’s organizing committee.
Prior to the conference, Ákos Máté held a workshop on May 5 entitled “Data Visualization using ggplot2”.
At the COMPTEXT conference, poltextLAB researches was presented at the following presentations:
Sebők Miklós – Máté Ákos:
Solving Multi-class Classification for Low Resource Languages with Large Language Models
Máté Ákos – Barczikay Tamás:
European Central Bank communication during crises: ditching the boilerplate?
Péter Gelányi – Orsolya Ring
Identifying the relation between parliamentary speeches and coalition building in Hungary with text mining
Orsolya Ring ( – Krzysztof Rybinski):
A big data analysis of International Organizations legitimation in the media in post-socialist countries
The conference program is available here.