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Five ways to love your data

Guest post by Gillian Oliver, co-author of Digital Curation, 2nd edition

As with any love story with a happy ending, a successful relationship with data will take effort and commitment.  553 more words

Managing Research Data

Who am I? What is this?

I am currently completing my Master’s degree in Library and Information Science. My focus is more on the information side of the degree in that I learn as much as I can about Data Analysis, Data Visualization, Machine Learning, Data Curation, and Data Publication, and Open Access Publishing. 40 more words

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The growing role of data curation

My view of Data Science, or Big Data if you prefer, is that it divides naturally into three different subfields:

  1. Data curation, which involves focusing on the issues of managing large amounts of heterogeneous data, but is primarily concerned about…
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The CHIANTI database, a consistency check on the accuracy of the stored cross-section values in He I to O I isoelectronic sequence ions

U Feldman

Artep, Inc., Ellicott City, MD 21042, USA (ufeldman@verizon.net)

CHIANTI is an atomic database with software for calculating emission properties. It is extensively used in deriving the atomic properties of spectra recorded from astrophysical and low density laboratory plasmas. 121 more words

Atomic Data

Making Meaning in a Multilingual World • Overcoming the Digital Infrastructure Divide:

This blog post highlights the discussions of Lewis & Mallory about digital collaboration today, in spite of language barriers that tend to create what some LIS professionals call, the great ‘digital divide.’ Comment if you are interested in this subject.

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Digital Collaboration

Library And Information Sciences

Data, data everywhere…but do we want to drink?

More sweet tea, please: Any LIS professional in Academia, might be interested in this piece on data curation. It seems we’re moving away from information literacy alone as Shorish, Assistant professor, and Physical & Life Sciences librarian at James Madison University introduces us to the concept of “data information literacy (DIL).” What is this, you may be wondering?   44 more words

Library And Information Sciences