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Digital Humanities Research Institute Installation Instructions

This repository contains the raw installation instruction files belonging to the Digital Humanities Research Institute. To see the live instructions, go to http://curriculum.dhinstitutes.org/installations

Below is a table listing each DSRI session--under the "Sessions" column--and instructions to install the corresponding software that is needed to follow that session--under the "Software Installations" column. Some software installations are listed more than once, but only need to be installed once per computer. Click the hyperlinked name of the software--for example, Visual Studio Code--to view the instructions to complete the installation of that software.

Session Software Installation Instructions
Command Line Visual Studio Code, git bash
Introduction to HTML and CSS) Visual Studio Code, git
Webscraping Web Scraper
Tidy(ish) Data OpenRefine

In addition, participants are expected to have a recent version of Chrome or Firefox installed.

All install guides above are based on work by: Hannah Aizenman, Andrew Janco, Nabil Kashyap, Jessica Linker, Alice McGrath, Michelle McSweeney, Stefano Morello, Alicia Peaker, Rafael Davis Portela, Rachel Rakov, Roberto Vargas, and Mike Zarafonetis.

Creative Commons License

Digital Research Institute (DRI) Curriculum by Graduate Center Digital Initiatives is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Based on a work at https://github.com/DHRI-Curriculum. When sharing this material or derivative works, preserve this paragraph, changing only the title of the derivative work, or provide comparable attribution.

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