Patrick J. Burns received his doctorate in Classics from Fordham University in 2016 and is currently Assistant Research Scholar with a focus on digital projects at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. He has presented text-analysis research at meetings of the Society for Classical Studies and the Digital Classics Association, and has a forthcoming article of measuring and visualizing cross-genre intertextuality in Latin poetry. Patrick is a lead contributor for Classical Language Toolkit, focusing on development of the core natural language processing tools for Latin and Greek. As a member of the CLTK team, he participated in the 2016 Google Summer of Code, working on improving the accuracy and flexibility of the CLTK lemmatizer. Patrick blogs about text analysis and classical languages at http://disiectamembra.wordpress.com.