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News (Dec 5, 2016): The HathiTrust Research Center Expanded Features (EF) Dataset is now available! This release "opens the complete HathiTrust collection for investigations into historical and cultural trends, the rise and fall of topics within the corpus, and the evolution of words and writing structures in publications dating from the 16th to the late 20th century." In it, you'll find "quantitative information about word and line counts, parts of speech, and other details within each page of every volume" in HathiTrust. ("Big (and Open) Data for Scholarship of All Sizes: A New Release of the HathiTrust Research Center Extracted Features Dataset").