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Track Publishing Trends (or anything – or anyone – else!) in Published Books

Meet Ngram, an intriguing data-mining device from Google that charts the relative citation of any words or phrases in all books published (that are in the Google database).

Enter your own words & phrases. 1001 uses – especially procrastination in the guise of ‘market research’!

Relative Usage of the Terms "vampire" "werewolf" "zombie" and "apocalypse" in all books published

Use of “vampire” “werewolf” “zombie” and “apocalypse” in all books published

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This entry was posted on June 7, 2014 by in Books, Science, Writing Strategy and tagged , , .
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