Download this data file to your computer: https://ndownloader.figshare.com/files/7823341
About the data
The data for this lesson is a part of the Data Carpentry Ecology workshop. It is a teaching version of the Portal Database. The data in this lesson is a subset of the teaching version that has been intentionally ‘messed up’ for this lesson.
The data for this lesson and the workshop are in the Portal Project Teaching Database available on FigShare, with a CC-BY license available for reuse.
For this lesson you will need OpenRefine and a web browser.
Note: OpenRefine is a Java program that runs on your machine (not in the cloud). It runs inside your browser, but no web connection is needed.
Download OpenRefine version 3.4.1 from http://openrefine.org/download.html.
- Do not select beta versions or the release candidates.
- If you are on Windows and do not have Java installed, download the version
Windows kit with embedded Java.
- Unzip the downloaded file into a directory and name that directory something like OpenRefine.
- Check below for further instructions depending on your operating system.
OpenRefine requires one of these web browsers:
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Edge
openrefine.exe(this will launch a command prompt window first; ignore that, and wait for OpenRefine to launch in the web browser, which is where you will interact with the program).
./refineinto the terminal within the OpenRefine directory