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- Turkel, William J. n.d. “History 9877A: Digital Research Methods (Fall 2013).” William J Turkel (blog). http://williamjturkel.net/teaching/history-9877a-digital-research-methods-fall-2013/.
- “The Programming Historian.” n.d. http://programminghistorian.org/contents.
- Paul Bradshaw's work:
- Bradshaw, Paul. 2010. “How to Be a Data Journalist | News | Guardian.Co.Uk.” Guardian Datablog. October 1, 2010. http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2010/oct/01/data-journalism-how-to-guide.
- ———. 2011. “Cleaning Data Using Google Refine: A Quick Guide.” Online Journalism Blog (blog). July 5, 2011. https://onlinejournalismblog.com/2011/07/05/cleaning-data-using-google-refine-a-quick-guide-2/.
- ———. 2012a. “SFTW: Scraping Data with Google Refine.” Online Journalism Blog (blog). January 13, 2012. https://onlinejournalismblog.com/2012/01/13/sftw-scraping-data-with-google-refine/.
- ———. 2012b. Scraping for Journalists. Leanpub. http://leanpub.com/scrapingforjournalists.
- ———. 2018. The Online Journalism Handbook: Skills to Survive and Thrive in the Digital Age. Second edition. London ; New York: Routledge.
- Hill, Steve, and Paul Bradshaw. 2018. Mobile-First Journalism: Producing News for Social and Interactive Media. 1 edition. London ; New York: Routledge.
- Zotero tips & tricks
- OpenRefine reference materials
- Fahey, Rob. 2016. “Japanese Text Analysis in Python.” @robfahey (blog). December 2, 2016. http://www.robfahey.co.uk/blog/japanese-text-analysis-in-python/.