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Terras, Melissa, Baker, James, Hetherington, James, Beavan, David, Welsh, Anne, O'Neill, Helen, Finley, Will, Duke-Williams, Oliver and Farquhar, Adam (2017) Enabling complex analysis of large-scale digital collections: humanities research, high performance computing, and transforming access to British Library digital collections. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. ISSN 2055-7671 (Accepted)
Baker, James, Alegre, Raquel, Moore, Caitlin, Priego, Ernesto, Cope, Jez, Price, Ludi, Stephens, Owen, van Strien, Daniel and Wilson, Greg (2016) Library Carpentry: software skills training for library professionals. LIBER Quarterly, 26 (3). pp. 141-162. ISSN 2213-056X
Baker, James (2016) The Covent Garden Old Price riots: protest and justice in late-Georgian London. Open Library of Humanities, 2 (1). pp. 1-36. ISSN 2056-6700
Baker, James and Milligan, Ian (2014) Counting and mining research data with Unix. The Programming Historian.
Milligan, Ian and Baker, James (2014) Introduction to the bash command line. The Programming Historian.
Baker, James (2014) Preserving your research data. The Programming Historian.
Baker, James (2017) GeoCities and diaries on the early web. In: Ben-Amos, Batsheva and Ben-Amos, Dan (eds.) The Diary. Indiana University Press, Indiana. (Submitted)
Baker, James (2016) A history of History through the lens of our digital present, the traditions that shape and constrain data driven historical research, and what librarians can do about it. In: White, John W and Gilbert, Heather (eds.) Laying the Foundation: Digital Humanities in Academic Libraries. Charleston Insights in Library, Archival, and Information Sciences . Purdue University Press, Indiana, United States. ISBN 9781557537393
Baker, James (2014) The royal brat: making Fun of George Augustus Frederick. In: Loyal Subversion? Caricatures from the Personal Union between England and Hanover 1714-1837. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen,, pp. 69-91. ISBN 9783525301678
Reports and working papers
Baker, James (2016) Fostering Digital History: integrating digital research skills into an undergraduate History curriculum. Other. University of Sussex. (Accepted)
Conference or Workshop Item
Baker, James, Terras, Melissa, Mohamedally, Dean, Weyrich, Tim, Alborzpour, Stefan, Georgiou, Stelios, Stavrou, Nektaria, Wong, Wendy, Lloyd, Jonathan, Sahin, Meral, Surendran, Divya, Durrant, James, Rafdi, Muhammad and Sarraf, Ali (2015) The British Library Big Data Experiment: experimental interfaces, experimental teaching. In: Digital Humanities 2015, 29 June-3 July, Sydney.
Baker, James and Farquhar, Adam (2014) Interoperable infrastructures for digital research: a proposed pathway for enabling transformation. In: Digital Humanities 2014, 7-12 July 2014, Lausanne.
Baker, James (2017) The business of satirical prints in Late-Georgian England. Palgrave Macmillan, London. (Submitted)
Collins, Ellen, Milloy, Caren and Stone, Graham (2015) Guide to open access monograph publishing for arts, humanities and social science researchers. OAPEN-UK and Jisc Collections.