Data Analysis

job: Metadata Management Librarian

Application Deadline: 
21/12/2010

The George Washington University Libraries announces a search for a Metadata Management Librarian
Position: Metadata Management Librarian
Appointment Rank: Appointment at the rank of Librarian I (entry level; minimum salary $47,000) or Librarian II (minimum 2 years experience; minimum salary $50,600). Rank and salary depend on qualifications and experience. This is a full-time 12 month, salary and benefits will commensurate with experience and qualifications of the person selected.

Position Description: [read more...]

centre: Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis (CDDA)

Host institution: 
Queen's University Belfast
About the centre:

The Centre is a research unit with interests in temporal Geographical Information Systems, the development of electronic research resources, e-Science and Grid technologies. It provides a comprehensive digitisation service to create key e-resources including capture of material, quality assurance, data post-processing and data delivery to user requirements. An image scanning service is also offered. It has a range of specialised scanning equipment (including flatbed, book page and microfilm scanners) and associated software and an experienced staff.

event: Qualitative Data Analysis Workshop

18/02/2008 10:00
18/02/2008 17:00

A one-day workshop in qualitative data analysis using NVivo 7

Course fee: £50
Course tutor: Ann Lewins (QDAServices and CAQDAS Networking Project, University of Surrey, IHR) [read more...]

audio: Caroline Bowden - Using Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) in Historical Research: Some methodological issues from the experience of the ‘Health of the Cecils’ Project'

This is an audio recording of the presentation 'Using Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) in Historical Research: Some methodological issues from the experience of the ‘Health of the Cecils’ Project' given by Caroline Bowden, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK, at the Methods Network expert seminar on history and archaeology: [read more...]

wikipage: Information Retrieval

The term Information Retrieval (IR) covers a multitude of processes and techniques but is often used in contexts where there is significant input from ‘computing’ (rather than ‘information’) science. [read more...]

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