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Software Tools

Google Doc containing our crowd-sourced list of software tools:

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Software Tools

Google Doc containing our crowd-sourced list of software tools:

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Narratives of Occupy Day 2

After the morning tutorials, we picked up where we left off yesterday. The plan: Build up our list of data sources for people’s narratives of Occupy (and mainstream media comparators), Fetch the stories and metadata, clean up the resulting dataset

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Narratives of Occupy Day 2

After the morning tutorials, we picked up where we left off yesterday. The plan: Build up our list of data sources for people’s narratives of Occupy (and mainstream media comparators), Fetch the stories and metadata, clean up the resulting dataset

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A Python toolbox to turn the internet into data

Getting useful information off the internet and onto your computer.

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A Python toolbox to turn the internet into data

Getting useful information off the internet and onto your computer.

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Software guides

Answering the question “how do I get started with X?”. Programming languages Python A good resource is “Learn Python the Hard Way“. Exercise 0 covers installing Python on Windows, GNU/Linux and OSX, and the (free!) book goes on through the

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Software guides

Answering the question “how do I get started with X?”. Programming languages Python A good resource is “Learn Python the Hard Way“. Exercise 0 covers installing Python on Windows, GNU/Linux and OSX, and the (free!) book goes on through the

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Occupy Video as Data presentation at NYU, 4/18

Last week, a few Data Occupiers went to NYU to present to the “Topics in Visual Culture: Politics of Visual Display” class at NYU: among other things, we talked about our Video as Data project.

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Occupy Video as Data presentation at NYU, 4/18

Last week, a few Data Occupiers went to NYU to present to the “Topics in Visual Culture: Politics of Visual Display” class at NYU: among other things, we talked about our Video as Data project.

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