I realize I’m in an environment chock full of proprietary information. It’s vital for their business that GE to keep their research data secret.
I am, however, a digital information scientist. 50 more words
Excited to start a new project with Kathryn Hammond Baker and Emily Gustainis (Harvard Center for the History of Medicine) and Sharon Farnel (University of Alberta Libraries) entitled Bridging the Research Data Divide: Rethinking Long-term Value and Access for Historical and Contemporary Maternal, Infant and Child Research. 303 more words
I loved Sarah Calaghan’s blog post “How is a scarf like a dataset?” I thought the analogy was quirky, but true, and it boiled the complex idea of describing, organizing, and managing data into some easy-to-understand concepts. 236 more words