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Aaron Beveridge’s research combines digital humanities and data science methods to study networked writing and the circulation of digital artifacts. With a focus on text mining and natural language processing, Beveridge’s work contributes to the ongoing expansion of data-driven research practices in rhetoric, writing studies, and technical communication. His teaching and research interests also include the rhetoric of science, maker culture, attention economics, and media ecology. Beveridge is the co-creator of MassMine, a data collection and analytics software funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, and he directs the Cultural Analytics concentration for the MS in Informatics and Analytics.