The digital revolution has resulted in a mass of digitised historical texts and images becoming available, largely via the World Wide Web. For many historians, the mere fact that texts and images are accessible in a computerised format will be sufficient for them to analyse and manipulate the information for research projects. However, some may wish to use more sophisticated analytical tools and to create their own images for use in projects, essays, dissertations and websites. This chapter provides a basic introduction to the use of digital texts and images for historians.
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