New York Times digital tool charts language usage

11/13/2012 | Nieman Journalism Lab

The New York Times' internal Chronicle tool could provide answers for staffers who want to follow how certain words are used by the paper. The tool allows users to chart certain words both in terms of quantity and context over the years. "The primary idea is to have it as an internal tool to be able to get those aggregate views and look into trends and patterns you can't get at any other way," said Alexis Lloyd of the paper's R&D Lab.

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