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Instructions for Uploading Collection Results to Google Drive

Page history last edited by Alan Liu 6 years, 11 months ago
Developers for WE1S collect  (scrape and clean) materials on local workstations first, then upload the results to the WE1S Google Drive, where we are accumulating a corpus of both working_data (e.g., aggregate text files and JSON files representing stages of the collection process) and final data (plain-text and cleaned text files for each publication, organized by individual years).

On the shared Google Drive, there is a standard convention for folder structure within the data_archive for each collected resource.  For example, the folder tree for the New York Times is as follows:






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