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If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging : legal and ethical issues of text/data mining in research. / Charlesworth, Andrew; Tonkin, Emma L.

Working with text: tools, techniques and approaches for text mining. 1st. ed. Oxford : Chandos, 2016. p. 61-88 (Chandos Information Professional Series).

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Harvard

Charlesworth, A & Tonkin, EL 2016, If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging: legal and ethical issues of text/data mining in research. in Working with text: tools, techniques and approaches for text mining. 1st edn, Chandos Information Professional Series, Chandos, Oxford, pp. 61-88.

APA

Charlesworth, A., & Tonkin, E. L. (2016). If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging: legal and ethical issues of text/data mining in research. In Working with text: tools, techniques and approaches for text mining (1st ed., pp. 61-88). (Chandos Information Professional Series). Oxford: Chandos.

Vancouver

Charlesworth A, Tonkin EL. If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging: legal and ethical issues of text/data mining in research. In Working with text: tools, techniques and approaches for text mining. 1st ed. Oxford: Chandos. 2016. p. 61-88. (Chandos Information Professional Series).

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Charlesworth, Andrew ; Tonkin, Emma L. / If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging : legal and ethical issues of text/data mining in research. Working with text: tools, techniques and approaches for text mining. 1st. ed. Oxford : Chandos, 2016. pp. 61-88 (Chandos Information Professional Series).

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