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    • Automated Downloading with Wget 

      Milligan, Ian (The Editorial Board of the Programming Historian, 2012-06-27)
      Wget is a useful program, run through your computer’s command line, for retrieving online material. It can be useful in the following situations: Retrieving or mirroring (creating an exact copy of) an entire website. ...
    • Canadian Religion in Global Perspective 

      Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah (2022-01-04)
      The goal of this report is to provide a concise high-quality descriptive portrait of key religiosity indicators in 81 countries from 2017-2020 European Values Survey (EVS) and World Values Survey (WVS) data, with a special ...
    • Counting and Mining Research Data with Unix 

      Baker, James; Milligan, Ian (The Editorial Board of the Programming Historian, 2014-09-20)
      This lesson will look at how research data, when organised in a clear and predictable manner, can be counted and mined using the Unix shell. The lesson builds on the lessons “Preserving Your Research Data: Documenting and ...
    • Ethical Tech Innovation: Uniting Educational Initiatives and Professional Practice 

      Love, Heather; Lajoie, Jason; Boger, Jennifer (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2021-08)
      Engineers and other workers at the forefront of technological innovation play a central role in shaping the future of our digital economy, and the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed with stark clarity the urgent need for ethical ...
    • Introduction to the Bash Command Line 

      Milligan, Ian; Baker, James (The Editorial Board of the Programming Historian, 2014-09-20)
      This lesson uses a Unix shell, which is a command-line interpreter that provides a user interface for the Unix operating system and for Unix-like systems. This lesson will cover a small number of basic commands. By the end ...


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