Last updated on February 23rd, 2023 at 04:15 pm
The Programming Historian aims to develop digital skills among the Humanities researchers through the publication of practical lessons in several languages.
The call Computational analysis skills for large-scale humanities data originated 7 new lessons.
One of them was the tutorial “Timeline summarization for large-scale past-web events with Python: the case of Arquivo.pt” developed by Daniel Gomes and Ricardo Campos.
It shows how to explore Arquivo.pt user interface and the Application Programming Interface (API) to execute advanced queries, process large amount of data or build new services, such as Tell me stories.
All the developed resources are freely available in open-access.
Open-access resources of the tutorial “Timeline summarization for large-scale past-web events with Python: the case of Arquivo.pt”
- Colab project that enables editing and running directly the code examples of the tutorial
- Official tutorial page on GitHub
- Video presented on May 5, 2022, as part of the Programming Historian webinars and tutorials “Developing computational skills for digital collections”