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Curriculum for the Digital Humanities Research Institute in GitBook, a readable format.
Session on databases, including concepts such as structured data, SQL, and exploring data.
Session on the command line, a means of interacting with your computer programmatically through text.
Session on HTML and CSS, markup languages used for creating websites.
Glossary for introductory sessions
Style guide for the Digital Research Institute curriculum
Session on ethics, including questions of compliance, consent, openness, accessibility, and equality.
A template for proposal presentations
Session on Application Programming Interfaces, in particular the Twitter API. Includes discussion of twitterbots.
Introduction to Mapping using QGIS
Materials related to the Project Laboratory session of #GCDRI
Session on Git, version control software for tracking project files, backing up data, and collaborating with others. Includes discussion of GitHub.
Session on Python, a general-purpose programming language used for a wide variety of computational tasks.
Session on text analysis with NLTK, including discussion of cleaning data, creating text corpora, and analyzing texts programmatically.