Today we’re sharing new ways to get started with Caselaw Access Project data using tutorials from The Programming Historian and more.

The Caselaw Access Project makes 360 years of U.S. case law available as a machine-readable text corpus. In developing a research community around the dataset, we’ve been creating and sharing resources for getting started.

In our gallery, we’ve been developing tutorials and our examples repository for working with our data alongside research results, applications, fun stuff, and more:

The Programming Historian shares peer-reviewed tutorials for computational workflows in the humanities. Here are a group of their guides for working with text data, from processing to analysis:

We want to share and build ways to start working with Caselaw Access Project data. Do you have an idea for a future tutorial? Drop us a line to let us know!