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DiRT | Digital Research Tools
DiRT lists digital research tools for scholarly use, making it easy to find and compare resources based on what you want to do, on the type of data you have, or by category and tag.
The Programming Historian
The Programming Historian offers novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate their research.
DH Toychest | Digital Humanities tools [wiki]
Lists resources for practical work in the digital humanities. Curated by Alan Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara, a selective list of free tools or tools with generous trial periods. Explore Guides to Digital Humanities; Tutorials; Tools; Examples; amd Data Collections & Datasets
Humanities 3.0: tooling up for Digital Humanities [online repository]
This is a repository of essays designed to provide an introduction to key topics in the digital humanities. This web site is intended to provide a gateway for scholars with minimal exposure to digital methodology but who are interested in exploring the vast potential of the field of digital humanities.
Software Carpentry [website]
Software Carpentry is a volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to teaching researchers the computing skills they need to get more done in less time and with less pain.
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This guide continues to evolve, and we really welcome your feedback so we can continue to improve it. Please let us know if you find:
- Incorrect or irrelevant details, tools that don't work, dead links or otherwise unhelpful information
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