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 R code presented on this site is meant to be fully reproducible. In this vein, all data sources utilized here are freely available. Check out R-bloggers for additonal R resources.
I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and mostly just bicycle about.