TDM Studio

ProQuest TDM (Text and Data Mining) Studio allows you to create and analyze datasets from a selection of ProQuest newspapers.
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Use of databases requiring a GBS SharePoint registration or login are restricted to current Goizueta Business School faculty, students and staff for academic, career and personal enrichment, and may not be used for internships or employers. Proper Use of GBL Databases

Which publications are licensed for text mining in TDM Studio? 

To explore the list of publications, once you have logged in to the database, click "create dataset" and then choose either "publication title" or "ProQuest databases" to search and select titles.  

Newspapers with recent coverage include:

  • 2008-present: Barrons, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal
  • 2009-present: USA Today
  • 1932-present: Atlanta Daily World

The Atlanta Journal Constitution is available with historical coverage from 1946-1984

TDM Dashboards

TDM Studio offers two dashboards for text and data mining: Workbench and Visualization.

Which should I use?



You are a faculty member, PhD or MSBA student and comfortable using Python or R

You are not comfortable using Python or R

Write scripts using Python or R within TDM Studio’s Jupyter Notebook

Visualization options: Geographic Analysis, Topic Modeling, and Sentiment Analysis

Learn more about TDM Studio with ProQuest’s detailed research guide.

  • You may export up to 2 million documents per dataset.
  • You cannot download the datasets due to the licensing.
  • Reports can take several hours to generate, so run your search and then log back in later for your results.

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If you encounter a technical problem accessing this database, please let us know.

Proper Use of GBL Databases

Proper Use of Licensed Databases for Course-Affiliated Client Projects, Directed Studies, Field Studies, and Case Competitions.  Have Questions?  Send us a message at Ask a Librarian.