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The Programming Historian Live

James Baker

Monday, 19 October 2015 from 10:30 to 18:00 (BST)

The Programming Historian Live

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Programming Historian Live will take place on Monday 19 October in the British Library Conference Centre (Bronte room). Based on a selection of the open access, peer reviewed tutorials at The Programming Historian this hands-on workshop will provide introductory software training with a focus on the needs and requirements of the historians. It will be lead by historians and cover tools, software, and computational approaches historians use in their research. The workshop is free to attend and is aimed at postgraduate and early-career historians, though historians of all career stages are welcome to attend.

The provisional schedule will include introductions to:

  • Data Structures (Extensible Markup Language, Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation)
  • Pattern Matching (Regular Expressions)
  • Corpus Analysis (AntConc, Shell)
  • Web Scrapping (Wget)

 

Places can be booked on Eventbrite. Please note that attendees will be required to bring their own laptop. Questions and queries should be directed to James Baker.

Programming Historian Live is funded by the Software Sustainability Institute, and is supported by the British Library, the Institute of Historical Research, and The Programming Historian.

Do you have questions about The Programming Historian Live? Contact James Baker

When & Where


The British Library Conference Centre
96 Euston Road
NW1 2DB London
United Kingdom

Monday, 19 October 2015 from 10:30 to 18:00 (BST)


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James Baker

James Baker is a Lecturer in Digital History/Archives at the Department of History and Sussex Humanities Lab, University of Sussex, historian of long eighteenth century Britain, and Software Sustainability Institute Fellow.

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