First step: “fish or cut bait” on the full extraction and linking of footnotes. I may punt it to later…but I have a few ideas I’ll try
Short answer: technically feasible (for some definition) with language models that are trained with every indictment, sentencing memo, etc. from Mueller. Ethically wrong.
Ethics—now, more than ever—matter.
I’ll share some links later. 👍
More details to come!
• relative date references now (mostly) working, calculating the difference from the previous absolute date
• loaded Trump's tweets into timeline format
• now doing some stats on locations and people references
I'm excited by how far this has come!
Witness interviews: all dated and tagged based on footnote references
Woah: using grammar parse, ID's subjects/objects for many statements
I've been at it for a while, but need to shift gears because I'm going around in circles.
Is there a specific style guide—like the attorney's version of the AP Stylebook—that attorneys generally follow? Something that specifies citation style, approved formats for dates, usage of names, etc.?
Finally: Thanks for your Venmo support, Parker!