- Filename, type, and URL for all files listed in Downloads & Datasets on “Hashtag History”
- Descriptions of each file
- “Contains” section detailing meanings of column header for datasets
- Contains Title Page, Abstract, Introduction, Literature Review, and Methodology.
Two notes about this R Script are in order:
- My R script does not contain beautiful code, but it is functional. I learned the basics of tidyverse and tidy text in about six weeks — and I’m still learning. I am sharing the script here for the sake of transparency.
- The R script does not contain all of the calculations presented in the content chapters of Hashtag History. I used Google Sheets as well as R to calculate counts and averages. In the R script, I note when I accomplished work for a table or figure in Google Sheets instead of, or along with, R.
- Download the R script for all chapters in Hashtag History as a .R file.
- Requires R or RStudio to run.
- View R script and outputs as an HTML web page.
- Download and open in browser to view.
Blogging Project Materials
fulllist of all blog posts and associated URLs.
- The original blog posts from Spring 2017 are available via helloworldciv.squarespace.com/blog.
- To filter by date or author on the 2017 version of Hello World Civ, use The Archive: helloworldciv.squarespace.com/the-archive.
- Contains the rubrics used to assess Post 1 and Post 2 of the Blogging project.
- Contains all tweets and associated metadata, including linenumber, linenumberW (women subset), date, time, tweet type, tweet id, user screen name, tweet text, URL, media links, retweet counts, and favorite counts
- Contains tweet ids and sentimentr value scores.
- Contains tweet_id, embodiment code, and sentimentr value for tweets in GIF subset.
- Contains the syllabus used in Spring 2017 when I collected the data used for “Hashtag History.”
- The syllabus includes learning outcomes, class expectations, and the assessments that formed the study activities.
End of Semester Survey
- A copy of the survey distributed to students at the end of the Spring 2017 semester.
- Survey gauged whether or not students had taken another undergraduate history course and perceived effectiveness of course expectations and assessments.