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Learn how to preserve your research data with @j_w_baker -Structure and document your research data to make sure they last. More here from @j_w_baker -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/preserving-your-research-dataX
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Learn the basics of Markdown with this lesson from @sarahsimpkin -
Markdown is a plain text-based syntax for formatting documents. Learn more with this tutorial from @sarahsimpkin -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/getting-started-with-markdownX
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.@dennistenen and @gwijthoff teach how Markdown and pandoc can ensure your work is as sustainable as possible -
.@dennistenen and @gwijthoff teach how to use pandoc and markdown to transform your documents for any situation -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/sustainable-authorship-in-plain-text-using-pandoc-and-markdown
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Get started with the GitHub desktop app using this lesson from @vanstriendaniel -Looking to collaborate on a project? This tutorial from @vanstriendaniel can help you get started with GitHub -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/getting-started-with-github-desktopX
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Learn from @literature_geek about producing static sites with GitHub pages -This tutorial from @literature_geek can help you quickly spin up a static site using jekyll and GitHub -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/building-static-sites-with-jekyll-github-pages
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Quickly work with large amounts of tabular data using R with this lesson from @dtdewar -.@dtdewar illustrates basic R techniques for working with tabular data -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/r-basics-with-tabular-data
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Looking to get started with the command-line interface? @ianmilligan1 and @j_w_baker can help you learn bash -Getting started? This lesson from @ianmilligan1 @j_w_baker is a good way into DH programming -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/intro-to-bashX
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Ted Dawson helps Windows users get started with PowerShell in this tutorial -Ted Dawson introduces PowerShell for Windows users getting started with humanities programming -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/intro-to-powershell
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Learn how carefully organized research data can be explored from the unix shell with @j_w_baker and @ianmilligan1 -
In this lesson, @j_w_baker and @ianmilligan1 walk through how to use the Unix shell to count and mine your data -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/research-data-with-unixX
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Learn to assess the quality of your data and improve upon it with @sethvanhooland @RubenVerborgh and Max De Wilde -
In this lesson, @sethvanhooland @RubenVerborgh and Max De Wilde introduce Open Refine for data cleaning -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/cleaning-data-with-openrefineX
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Take your find-and-replace commands to the next level with regular expressions as explained by @knoxdw -In this lesson, @knoxdw explains how regular expressions can give more nuanced ways to explore your texts -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/understanding-regular-expressionsX
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In this lesson, @rungiraffe shows how to use regular expressions to clean up your OCR'd text -@rungiraffe walks through how regular expressions can make your OCR'd text more usable -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/cleaning-ocrd-text-with-regular-expressionsX
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In this lesson, @Seth_Bernstein uses Python to transliterate non-Latin vocabularies -Looking to automatically transliterate non-Latin texts? @Seth_Bernstein shows how to do so with Python -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/transliteratingX
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Jon Crump shows how to get from OCR'd text to ordered, usable data in this lesson -OCR'd some text but not sure what to do next? Jon Crump shows how to turn your results into ordered data -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/generating-an-ordered-data-set-from-an-OCR-text-fileX
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Learn to extract your custom sets of keywords from your texts with @adam_crymble -In this lesson, @adam_crymble uses Python to extract custom sets of keywords from texts - http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/extracting-keywords
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Learn basic techniques for transforming XML using XSL from @mhbeals in this lesson - Looking to transform your XML into other formats? This lesson on XSL from @mhbeals can help - http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/transforming-xml-with-xsl
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Have JSON you need to convert to other formats? Check out this lesson from @matthewdlincoln - This tutorial from @matthewdlincoln introduces jq for parsing JSON - http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/json-and-jqX
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Put together your own podcast with this tutorial from @walshbr - Get started with Audacity using this lesson by @walshbr - http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/editing-audio-with-audacityX
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Have a corpus you are looking to analyze? @heatherfro can show you how with this lesson on Antconc - .@heatherfro introduces Antconc for corpus analysis in this lesson - http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/corpus-analysis-with-antconc
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Vilja Hulden introduces machine learning techniques for classifying historical documents in this lesson - Apply Naive Bayesian classifiers to materials from the Old Bailey Online with this tutorial from Vilja Hulden -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/naive-bayesianX
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Take MALLET for a spin with this lesson from @electricarchaeo @ianmilligan1 and @scott_bot -
Learn to topic model your corpus with MALLET with this lesson from @electricarchaeo @ianmilligan1 @scott_bot -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/topic-modeling-and-malletX
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Explore your data by turning it into sound using this piece by @electricarchaeo - Looking to sonify your data but don't know where to start? @electricarchaeo can help - http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/sonificationX
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Use Python to mine the @hathtrust Research Center's Feature Reader in this lesson from @POrg and Boris Capitanu -
Interested in text mining the HTRC Feature reader? Learn how with @POrg and Boris Capitanu -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/text-mining-with-extracted-features
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Get started with basic text processing using R with this lesson from @statsmaths and @nolauren - .@statsmaths and @nolauren introduce R for processing historical texts in this lesson - http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/basic-text-processing-in-rX
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.@fredgibbs walks through how to install Python modules using pip in this introductory lesson - Looking to get started with Python but running into trouble working with pip? @fredgibbs can help - http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/installing-python-modules-pipX
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Learn to use SPARQL to work with Linked Open Data with @matthewdlincoln -Get started with SPARQL and Linked Open Data using this lesson from @matthewdlincoln -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/graph-databases-and-SPARQL
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Use google maps and google earth to create digital maps with @jburnford @joshmacfadyen and @Danny__Mac__ -
In this lesson, @jburnford @joshmacfadyen and @Danny__Mac__ use google maps and google earth for mapping -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/googlemaps-googleearthX
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Install QGIS and get up and running with @jburnford @joshmacfadyen and @Danny__Mac__ -.@jburnford @joshmacfadyen and @Danny__Mac__ show how to install QGIS and make your first map -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/qgis-layers
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.@jburnford @joshmacfadyen and @Danny__Mac__ show how to create vector layers based on scanned historical maps -
Learn to use QGIS to create vector layers from historical maps with @jburnford @joshmacfadyen and @Danny__Mac__ -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/vector-layers-qgisX
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Learn to georeference historical maps as raster layers with QGIS with @jburnford @joshmacfadyen @Danny__Mac__ -
.@jburnford @joshmacfadyen and @Danny__Mac__ show how to georeference historical maps with QGIS -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/georeferencing-qgisX
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Geocode historical data using QGIS and this lesson from @dr_j_r_c -In this lesson, @dr_j_r_c shows how to geocode historical data using QGIS -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/geocoding-qgisX
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Use JavaScript to map historical correspondence in this lesson from @profrichmond and @TommyTavenner -
Looking to map historical correspondence? @profrichmond and @TommyTavenner can show you how with JavaScript -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/using-javascript-to-create-maps
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Extract network data and then visualize it using Palladio with this lesson from @martenduering -Interested in network analysis? @martenduering shows how to extract your data and visualize it with Palladio -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/creating-network-diagrams-from-historical-sourcesXY
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Come for the tutorial by @miriamkp on working with omeka.net - stay for the dog photos -Get "Up and Running with Omeka.net" using this lesson from @miriamkp -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/up-and-running-with-omeka
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Create an @omeka exhibit using your content with this tutorial from @miriamkp and @magpie -.@miriamkp and @magpie walk us through how to set up an exhibit for your @omeka items -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/creating-an-omeka-exhibitX
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Learn how to install @omeka from @j0_0n -Installing @omeka for the first time? We can help! Check out this great introduction from @j0_0n -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/installing-omekaX
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.@wcaleb shows how to use Python to download and parse MARC records from the @internetarchive -
Looking to do research on the @internetarchive? This lesson from @wcaleb can help you automate downloading -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/data-mining-the-internet-archiveX
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Looking to download a whole website? Follow along with @ianmilligan1 to learn how with Wget -This lesson from @ianmilligan1 shows how to use Wget for automated downloading of whole websites -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/automated-downloading-with-wgetX
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Already learned the basics of Wget? @Kellen2K can take you to the next level with this lesson -@Kellen2K illustrates some advanced techniques with Wget for web scraping in this tutorial -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/applied-archival-downloading-with-wgetX
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See some data on the web you'd like to use in another form? Check out our lesson on webscraping by @jerielizabeth -
.@jerielizabeth walks us through basics of using Python to scrape web data using Beautiful Soup - http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/intro-to-beautiful-soupX
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Learn to download multiple records by manipulating query strings with @adam_crymble -
.@adam_crymble teaches us to use the Old Bailey Online and Python to quickly download multiple records at once -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/downloading-multiple-records-using-query-stringsX
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Check out the original Programming Historian sequence with @adam_crymble and @williamjturkel -
Get started here as a programming historian with the introductory lessons by @adam_crymble and @williamjturkel -
http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/#introduction-to-pythonX
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Looking for an introduction to Linked Open Data? Jonathan Blaney has you covered -In this lesson, Jonathan Blaney gives an introduction to Linked Open Data -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/intro-to-linked-data
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Interested in tidy data, R packages, and data analysis? @nabsiddiqui has a lesson! -In this lesson, @nabsiddiqui takes us through "Data Wrangling and Management in R"https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/data_wrangling_and_management_in_RX
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Have web data that needs parsing? Use OpenRefine with @EvanPeterWill -Use OpenRefine to fetch data from web APIs with this lesson by @EvanPeterWill -https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/fetch-and-parse-data-with-openrefineX
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Analyze your network data with Python using this lesson from @johnrladd @scott_bot @ChrisVVarren and @jotis13 -
Draw conclusions from your network data with this lesson from @johnrladd @scott_bot @ChrisVVarren and @jotis13 -
https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/exploring-and-analyzing-network-data-with-pythonX
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Build a Twitterbot with Tracery with this lesson from @electricarchaeoIn this lesson, @electricarchaeo demonstrates how to build a twitter bot with Traceryhttps://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/intro-to-twitterbotsX
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Find connections in your categorical data with a lesson in correspondence analysis by @RyanDeschampsA new lesson by @RyanDeschamps teaches correspondence analysis in Rhttps://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/correspondence-analysis-in-RX
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Learn to conduct "sentiment analysis" on your texts and interpret the results. Lesson by Zoe Saldana -Need to sort texts by emotional intensity? Learn "sentiment analysis". Tutorial by Zoe Saldanahttps://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/sentiment-analysis
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Learn how to use Flask and Python to set up a basic API to make your data more accessible with this lesson from @psmyth01 -
.@psmyth01 shows how to set up an API using Flask to share your data in this lesson - https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/creating-apis-with-python-and-flask
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Stylometry can help you identify the authorship of anonymous or disputed texts. Lesson by @fdlaramee -Learn to conduct stylometric analysis of texts. #dhist #linguistics Tutorial by @fdlaramee -https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/introduction-to-stylometry-with-pythonX
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Got a lot of historical data? Make it easier to use w/@jeffblackadar's lesson on creating & using your own historical database using MySQL & R -
MySQL and R can help you store and retrieve your historical research data. Lesson by @jeffblackadar -https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/getting-started-with-mysql-using-rX
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Learn how to create interactive data visualisations with Bokeh and Pandas. Lesson by Charlie Harper -
The Python libraries Bohek and Pandas can help you interactively analyse your research data. Learn more about them with Charlie Harper -
https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/visualizing-with-bokehX
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Looking for an introduction to Unity for mobile devices? @jacobwesgreene can help you get started -.@jacobwgreene introduces augmented reality for mobile devices with Unity in this lesson -http://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/creating-mobile-augmented-reality-experiences-in-unity
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Learn how to use R for Geospatial Analysis in Historical reearch from @ericweinberg6 -.@ericweinberg6 introduces the use of geospatial analysis for historical research using R-language -https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/geospatial-data-analysisX
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What's historical network analysis without measuring change over time? @alexbrey teaches how to use R for temporal analysis of networks -
Having difficulty figuring out how to represet the passage of time in your network analyses? @alexbrey has a lesson for you -
https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/temporal-network-analysis-with-r
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