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This repository holds the source files for reproducing Ulrik Lyngs' DPhil thesis 'Ulysses in Cyberspace: Examining the Effectiveness of Digital Self-Control Strategies'. The original version of the thesis was **handed in** on 14 November 2019 at 11.15am. It was **defended** on 31 March 2020. **Leave to supplicate** for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science was granted on 3 March 2021. To reproduce the thesis, download and unzip **** and open **thesis.Rproj** in RStudio. The [`renv`]( package has been used to take a snapshot of the packages used to build the thesis as per 10th March 2021 - you can inspect this by opening **renv.lock**. To restore the packages used on this date, install the `renv` R package with `remotes::install_github("rstudio/renv")`, then call `renv::restore()`. - To build the PDF version of the thesis from inside RStudio, click 'Build all' in the 'Build' tab. The resulting PDF file is saved as **docs/_main.pdf**. - To build the HTML version, type `make bs4book` in the terminal tab. The chapters' html files are saved in **docs/** (the front page is **docs/index.html**).
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