Once you start dealing with big batches of files, File Explorer and Finder can only go so far. If you’re looking to deal with files on a larger scale, with more control, and in a systematic way, there are some tools that can help. This workshop, led by Katie Wolf, Science and Technology Librarian at Fordham University Libraries, will cover the command line and the ways you can manipulate files, folders, and more—all with minimal mouse clicking! And, for those who want to be a bit more programmatic about it, this webinar will also cover essential Python recipes for repeated file manipulation strategies. Get ready to go beyond the GUI.
- Become comfortable navigating the command line and using it to navigate files and folders quickly
- Learn how to use the command line and Python to work with files in large batches and in a reproducible way
- Take away Python code recipes for manipulating files that can be adjusted for individual projects
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