[ACH] Fall 2021 Programming Historian Book Club


The ACH mentoring group is sponsoring a yearlong, public book club based on the English-language version of Programming Historian. These sessions are open to all (including non-members of ACH), and will offer a space for newcomers to the topic and to digital humanities to work through a Programming Historian lesson together in a supportive environment with one or two more experienced participants able to help and answer questions. Each session will be limited to approximately 20 participants. Each meeting is independent – they will each deal with different topics. No experience is required to attend. Before your chosen session please take a look at the linked materials and install the required software on your machine. 

October 21st 3:30-5PM EST: Basic Text Processing in R  Register here – https://virginia.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwpcequqjMqGNMrt4KH_a3fPGjO–B700gW R installation instructions – https://www.r-project.org/November 18th 3:30-5PM EST: Introduction to Python SequenceRegister here – https://virginia.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0lcuqppzotGt1if4WWry7FdVq2GCjN9jytPython installation instructions – https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/introduction-and-installation

Stay tuned for news about the spring!