As we prepare to finalize reporting, here is where we are.
As I write this, the POPREBEL conversation consists of 1,731 posts, authored by 266 different people and adding up to 365,000 words. Since my last check (2020-05-15) we have added on average 1.9 new post a day, mostly in the international sub-forum.
The figure below show the social network of the conversation, color-coded by sub-forum. In blue, Polish; in red, Czech; in green, English; in orange, Serbian; in purple, German. In gray, users that participate to more than one sub-forum – there are 28 of them out of 266. Users that only participate in one sub-forum are color-coded like that sub-forum.
As I write this, the POPREBEL corpus was annotated with 2,393 annotations, employing 1,157 codes. Since 2020-05-15 we switched to a new strategy for coding, where we no longer provide support for coding in Serbian. This seems to have paid off: in just over two months, the number of annotations more thandoubled, which means that we have been coding at minimum 6 times the rate we had kept before. Coding in Czech, and even more so Polish, have made a big step forward. Coding in Serbian also made progress. It appears to have sped up its own pace.
This is shown in the table below. Notice that, while adding annotations almost always means progress in the work, adding codes does not. Codes are created, but periodically merged into each other, so that a reduction in the number of codes can mean progress to. Also, it can be associated with an increase in the number of annotations.
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We have updated the interactive dashboard with this most recent batch of coding. You can find it here and play as much as you like, there is nothing you can break.