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Resource Library

Readings

About Repositories

About Repositories. Writing on GitHub.

Anaconda Documentation

Big? Smart? Clean? Messy? Data in the Humanities

In Big? Smart? Clean? Messy? Data in the Humanities, Christof Schöch discusses what data means in the humanities and the necessity of “smart big data.”

Bit By Bit: Social Research in Digital Age

The book, Bit By Bit: Social Research in Digital Age, written by Matthew Salganik, approaches data and social research from a computational social science perspective. He also discusses the idea of “readymade” and “custommade” data alongside ethics.

Booleans and logical operators

Read more about Booleans and logical operators here.

Catherine D’Ignazio & Lauren F. Klein’s Data Feminism

(Ethics and (“big” data) research) Catherine D’Ignazio & Lauren F. Klein’s Data Feminism (scroll down the page to access the book chapters for free). It looks at “big” data from a feminist perspective, and discuss the importance of understanding long histories and socio-political contexts in research, as well as providing an overview of the field.

Collaborative Writing at Scale: A Case Study of Two Open-Text Projects Done on GitHub

Pe-Than, E.P.P., Dabbish, L. and Herbsleb, J.D. (2019). Collaborative Writing at Scale: A Case Study of Two Open-Text Projects Done on GitHub.Collective Intelligence.

Collaborative Writing on GitHub

Begemann, O. (2016). Collaborative Writing on GitHub.