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Adam Crymble - Digital History seminar 15 October 2013

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  • 1. Adam Crymble Jeremy Boggs, Fred Gibbs, Miriam Posner, William J. Turkel, et al.
  • 2. Just My Ideas
  • 3. Programming Historian (2008) William J. Turkel & Alan MacEachern
  • 4. 1. Working with Files and Web Pages 2. From HTML to a List of Words 3. Computing Frequencies 4. Wrapping Output in HTML 5. Keywords in Context (KWIC) 6. Tag Clouds 7. Harvesting Links and Downloading Pages 8. Indexing a Document Collection
  • 5. Different Expectations
  • 6. Different Expectations
  • 7. Readers
  • 8. Lessons Available
  • 9. Lessons Available
  • 10. Learn a Tool Topic Modeling OpenRefine Omeka.net Zotero API WGET
  • 11. Learn a Skill or Solve an Issue Online Exhibit Building Data Manipulation Topic Modeling Web Scraping APIs
  • 12. Learn a Language Intro to Python
  • 13. Who are they?
  • 14. Who are they?
  • 15. Who are they?
  • 16. Who are they?
  • 17. Who are they?
  • 18. When are they?
  • 19. Are they using it? Lesson Time spent on page Topic Modeling & Mallet 19:57 From HTML to a List of Words 13:14 Understanding Regular Expressions 9:37 Applied Archival Downloading 8:21 Automated Downloading with WGET 6:08 Site Average 2:53
  • 20. Who is it useful for? • • • • Undergraduates? Researchers? Libraries / Archives? Non-Academics?
  • 21. How do they find us? Content in front of eyes. Not eyes to content.
  • 22. Writers
  • 23. Sharing and Learning
  • 24. A little something extra
  • 25. A little something extra • • • • Querying not Speculating Experienced Technical Writers Peer Review Commitment to Follow Through
  • 26. My Goals Moving Forward 1. More European and British Contributors 2. Beginner and Intermediate 3. Proper Credit for Contributors
  • 27. Adam Crymble adam.crymble@gmail.com @adam_crymble