Shakespeare Statistics

painted in oil by Jan Ilsemann, 64x74 cm, 2004

logo leibnizSTATISTICS of
plays by William Shakespeare

supplemented by 180 Renaissance / Jacobean plays and 20 plays from other periods
compiled by Hartmut Ilsemann
English Department of Hannover University
Englisches Seminar der Leibniz-Universität Hannover

All content is released under the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license.

IDAP, the Internet Drama Analysis Program, will be offline from 14 April 2018 onwards. Anyone who wants to make use of the analysis tables is advised to download those items as soon as possible. Follow the link, enter username and password (nhtnilse(at);4952w1B3) and go to 'Ergebnisse der Analyse'. Step by step the results will also enter into this webpage under Statistical data and Graphics.

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Hartmut Ilsemann. "William Shakespeare: Dramen und Apokryphen - Eine stilometrische Untersuchung mit R". Shakespeare Statistics. 2014. Web. Click menue: Research/Dramen und Apokryphen Summary in English
Hartmut Ilsemann, "Quantitativ-statistische Dramenanalyse: Welche Aussagekraft haben Häufigkeitsverteilungen der Replikenlängen?" Forum Computerphilologie, (Hrsg. Georg Braungart, Peter Gendolla und Fotis Jannidis, (2013).Text
Hartmut Ilsemann, "The Two Oldcastles of London", Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Volume 32, Issue 4, 1 December 2017, Pages 788796; doi: 10.1093/llc/fqw039
Hartmut Ilsemann, "More News on Sir Thomas More", Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Volume 33, Issue 1, 1 April 2018, 46-58,
Hartmut Ilsemann, "Stylometry approaching Parnassus", Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (2017) pre-print; doi/10.1093/llc/fqx058
Hartmut Ilsemann, "Christopher Marlowe: Hype and Hoax", Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (2018) pre-print; doi/10.1093/llc/fqy001
Hartmut Ilsemann, "Forensic Stylometry", submitted to Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 22.03.2018