Show me your data: Scholarly notes, public expectations

3 Responses to Show me your data: Scholarly notes, public expectations

  1. Profile photo of Amy Thompson McCandless

    As a historian and chair of the editorial board of the SC Historical Magazine, I have seen considerable disagreement between what professional historians want published in the journal and what local historians and genealogists would like to see printed. I would very much like to be part of this discussion.

  2. I definitely want to hear about this, too, at the very least in the Dork Shorts (lightning talks) in the first session. I guess I wonder why the data necessarily has to be removed from its context; can’t it be plastered with indications of where it came from and why it was collected? Sort of like watermarking a photograph?