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On this page you find a selection of online tutorials about the use of various digital humanities tools.

UCLA Digital Humanities Boorcamp: How Did They Make That? (2013)
A set of digital humanities projects that might help graduate students to get a handle on the kinds of tools and technologies available for them to use.

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.

Tooling up for the Digital Humanities
This web site is designed to be a starting place, an entryway for scholars interested in beginning to explore the possibilities for digital tools, programs, and methods to empower and enhance their scholarship in the humanities. Topics include online presence, digitization, text analysis, spatial analysis, databases, pedagogy, and data visualization.

W3Schools is a web developers site, with tutorials and references on web development languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, W3.CSS, and Bootstrap, covering most aspects of web programming.

Python for Non-Programmers
List of python tutorials that don't assume that you have previous experience in programming.
Python for Programmers
List of tutorials that are aimed at people who have previous experience with other programming languages (like C, Perl, Lisp or Visual Basic).

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