Racial Classifier Analysis

Classifier Results by Edition (%)
Classifier Results by Edition (%)

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within each edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Edition
Classifier Results by Edition

This graph represents the percentage of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within each edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that, while race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica, they represent a smaller porportion of the overall corpus.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1771 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1771 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1771 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1771 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1771 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1771 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1777 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1783 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v10
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1783 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v10

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1783 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1783 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1783 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v8
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1783 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v8

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1783 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v9
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1783 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v9

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.01
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.01

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.02
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.02

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.03
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.03

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.04
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.04

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.05
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.05

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.06
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.06

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.07
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.07

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.08
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.08

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.09
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.09

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1797 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.001
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.001

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.002
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.002

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.003
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.003

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.004
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.004

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.005
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.005

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.006
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.006

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.007
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.007

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.008
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.008

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.009
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.009

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.010
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.010

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.011
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.011

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.012
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.012

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.013
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.013

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.014
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.014

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.016
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.016

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.017
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.017

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.018
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.018

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.019
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.019

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.020
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.020

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1810 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1815 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1815 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1815 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.7
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1815 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.7

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1817 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, 1823
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, 1823

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1823 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1824 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, sup1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.21
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.21

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1842 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.21
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.21

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.22
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.22

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1860 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.21
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.21

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.22
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.22

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.23
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.23

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.24
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.24

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.25
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.25

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1889 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1903 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.10

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.11

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.12

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.13

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.14

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.15

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.16

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.17

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.18

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.19

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.20

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.21
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.21

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.22
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.22

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.23
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.23

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.24
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.24

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.25
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.25

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.26
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.26

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.27
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.27

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.28
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.28

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.29
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.29

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.7

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.8

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, v.9

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.24.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.24.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1926 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1926 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1926 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1926 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1926 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1926 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.10
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.10

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.11
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.11

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.12
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.12

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.13
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.13

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.14
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.14

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.15
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.15

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.16
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.16

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.17
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.17

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.18
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.18

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.19
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.19

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.20
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.20

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.21
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.21

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.22
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.22

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.23
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.23

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.2
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.2

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.3
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.3

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.4
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.4

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.5
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.5

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.6
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.6

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.7
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.7

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.8
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.8

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.9
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1960 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.9

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1974 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.1.1
Classifier Results by Sentence in the 1974 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, vol.1.1

This graph represents the combined value of racialized, national, and neutral classifications within a single volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The classifier has been trained with a ranked Bayesian classifier through sentences containing 3 or more ethnic slurs. This graph suggests that race and nationality continue to be important topics for the Encyclopedia Britannica.