Sometimes, I have files that are larger than github’s 100 mb. So here’s what you need to do.
brew install git-lfs
brew upgrade git-lfs
Start a new git repository, and then make sure git large file storage (git lfs) is tracking the large file. For instance, I just moved a topic model visualization to a repo on github (20,000 archaeological journal articles). It has a data csv that is 135 mb. So I made a new repo on github, but didn’t initialize it on the website. Instead, after getting git-lfs installed on my machine:
git lfs track "20000/data/topic_words.csv"
git add .gitattributes 20000/data/topic_words.csv
git commit -m "initial"
git add .
git commit -m "the rest"
git remote add origin https://github.com/shawngraham/archae-topic-models.git
git push -u origin master