My name is Jason Timm. I am part academic researcher and part data scientist. I received my PhD in Linguistics from the University of New Mexico in December 2016, where I trained as a corpus linguist and a psycholinguist.
My research interests include computational & corpus-based approaches to (1) the mental lexicon, (2) lexical innovation, and (3) the cognitive and social mechanisms underlying processes of language change. [Dissertation]
More broadly, I am interested in:
- the application of statistical computing to large text corpora;
- the integration of corpus methods and geographic information systems;
- the development of open source tools for text analysis; and
- the application of corpus & computational methods in the social sciences and humanities.
This site is built with r::blogdown and Hugo, and deployed with Netlify. All code presented on this site is meant to be fully reproducible. In this vein, all data sources utilized are available via public APIs or Git Hub.
I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and mostly just bicycle about.