Codebooks for 'U.S. Copyright Termination Notices 1977-2020: Introducing New Datasets'
online resourceposted on 06.07.2021, 02:46 by Joshua Yuvaraj, Rebecca Giblin, Daniel Russo-Batterham, GENEVIEVE GRANT
These are the codebooks used to extract, construct, and analyse the datasets in Yuvaraj, J., Giblin, R., Russo-Batterham, D., & Grant, G. 'U.S. Copyright Termination Notices 1977-2020: Introducing New Datasets' (accepted for publication in the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies).
They were written in Jupyter notebooks using the Python programming language. We also used the numpy, pandas, and matplotlib packages.
The codebooks are intended to be read sequentially, so later notebooks will only have instructions that have not already been set out. While every effort has been made to ensure the notebooks are user-friendly, users are encouraged to contact the corresponding author at email@example.com if any questions arise.
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