Open Science and Collaborations in Digital Humanities Part 4

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might same common sensical at might be stuff that your he doer you but being explicit about it helps in your planning in thinking about menage ing a data so talk about the day to del you sz about small techne aches pursed structuring data.
how useful structures can be and then what to do with it preserving it and being sustainable with you data so a sick sz alee he www got more mo dated to work with him ill we already have the challenge of web ah cai's and the ther huge corpus of ste tex to work with but this is from twenty foot tainan it was scion that had dater is doubling in size every two year.
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you've got more dated to work with all of the research partners an i mention previously you have to have a poke around or say if there's anything useful for you a whether it's easily these he to excess i'm coy or is a kind of aggregate research service that harvests all of the medard ed are from the institutional or pas a trees across the uk so this is traditionally.
ish unal re such out puts mostly but there's data at is starting to peer in nays and this is an aggregate search engine and if you look at was about three years ago or the has sixty six mill you know pp an excess articles the year ago one hundred thirty one million and their to hundred and that if i've million open access articles so or harry yi search through a as part of your or he search per i'm practice.
this is getting increasingly complicated and as a meant to do web ah ca i've is also something that challenging to work with where the working with the medard that are a lot owned all the text itself there is different requirements not just in of tyne in this stuff but computing it and what i guess a lot of your re such is for ck asst on his is an owl.
suh scap his how you've work with dater at that scale yet using mushing learning techne aches to in retune in hansen grav hold of the features that you're interested in i.
what whites important i think to you structures to do this is they can get very messy very quickly this is an example or of a re such project that didn't have any editorial control over a its for cab yul or he it just fill that metadata willie nearly it let research assistance use use the content management system used a rip ah za tree to fill it at new can see.
they got through entered foy six and fifty four tad agrees of spice and spy space server this is with a structured re such project that was creating mid addai out or not with a re such project that was mining annick struct ing medard out a from noise he text so it already the problem exists.
mechanisms up to control owes ugh really kind of editorial practices ole methodology zz for you so ste to employ which is restricting your vocabulary zz this is part of the quo the tiny process is you'll ger through in kind of a den to fight terms and words that mike cents and re form those are the time i'm but it's always was keeping a mind.
to constrain this is much as possible as on his it's usable for you.
and an example of how we use truck sher's amoebae rishi stran line which was the ri such projector talked about previously he is part of the ri blue a port project was its you are all structures was this one at the top which had soest that i ace picks question much pub i'd ache was seven three nine now seven three numb was just a dot a by side into fire it was designed by a person who thought about date of aces.
is in tens of databases they went really thinking about what that identify i meant his nerve relationship between seven three nine and the text itself ck so on murray built the saw it wheat deliberately an explicitly put a lot of eth it into using the structures of e u r o so become maini full structures not just for what the content of.
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back what we expect to get back we don't really question whether or not the first ten results.
everything that we could find you know i with the filing in the medhat out a man ge hm unt and jane mention the importance of medard outer n't putting your research out online it makes it much mall rapidly discoverable i a up and this is a diagram from tim burn as lee when he was pushing for the link turpan data cloud and an oh you've had a session a.
and took and dater are ready but the id with this is that if you publish your out puts his paid e.a. f. it's a pry terry for my eye and its des fick look tick it into their out a can sourced tools that can extract texts from paid yoest but it's a lot more difficult to do then if you publish your data in see us faith ain the middle or in just plain text that's much more ck c'est of all.
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how do you make it usable but papal the daters self you put so now ce torre ihg preserve ation its astana billing this stuff is prob of the in a san from ilya how many paper hoodoo backup https of you'll work.
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ce where the going to cascade versions ove your research data direct tree that your collecting in building as part of you'll research is is up to you but there's mechanisms to help with that.
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the put all of its medard outer on their it would in next little all so that it made it searchable in convenient there by destroying the actual bits on the discs a that is something about backup pts that is des fickle to the reais use in the future pp a at least you got them for disasters a eyes a whole other a host of alb salute media.
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i know cds they a they a i know on a news it discs just a ca cess fg rekha a who years pts cassettes to store data that you did a s. they took a long time to get your date a off of them there the.
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the and but perhaps the european open science clout is the yet and though be other clad him per structures that you'll tap into his part of you owe content discovery process is that you should think about reusing at the end of the all re such life orca liz own i m we've been exploring using archive matic a and preserve ih co which.
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these also a distributed date a perk a coal these are fairly new technologies then known wh widely used their distributor technologies so they're acta bit like a torrent to so you need to a laced have a host seeding your data for other papal to replicate and sing syndicate it a but i think these sorts of technologies will start to come into player than x..
five to ten use in terms of propagating and making researched outer available i and the reason i mention i'm is because the old technologies a going to got obsolete as they necessarily do so let's talk a little bit at documentation a using close for mites there's not much you can document in terms of accessing the content of the files and.
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talking about an often though appeal like a gant cha pte where he just for would plan phases of your rhys a sheekey mm things it you much be looking at of a time there's dependency ce to these as well does anyone think about their research activities in this fe ease just whey.
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a little bit none it a ky so a mean you always have to be adjusting those you can never for plant too far ahead but it is useful to look as far head as you can given the information that you currently got and just be comfortable re forming the planned changing it completely or des.
it xing a completely his long as you're keeping document taishan for this then you can just a for your decisions of why you did what you did at that point in hte on of yuri search peruggia n't method a logical documentation this thi is mainly coming at in the form of jew put an oak books yet as your scripting if you just editing a text far all in your writing algorithms and scripts.
ce you're not necessarily keeping the versions as you got or but you quite your eye bl to do that much more easily in a jew put an opel ck his use ger pron a book's.
yen ucca their webbed browse a implementation of a programming environment so what you can do is makes cells of code with selves of texts with cells of graphics and chai pts and so essentially if you thinking about writing in a nut a physical nut book your processes explorations can do the same thing with.
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i'm and these a a increasingly published on get hovers well it kind of shows people the thought process that show years how you were kind of in ter parading each of the algorithms as you went an it it's a trine of useful way to build things up.
descriptive documentation is more about kind of project level document taishan faial or date a by ce level book kummant taishan all variable or item of ol though kumon taishan and it's not quite the same is to the technical data its mall it to do wis the context of h. of these items we.
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weis and saw eyes and to inform you what you were doing with that at the time.
and the technical documentation a lot of this already comes on lawn and if you using open stand ids not boroughs then the technical stand ids in the sc aim a descriptions were lower a.d.b. of arla bei ol online but they would change over time because if you're using the libraries that have and i p.o. i for example than the i p ice technical documentation that the.
the ella bei ol online will be kept up to die it with the latest version of those live or ease and unit to make sure that those open source software provide as that your using.
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they program of work and distributor the monks people in a tame what you've actually got is this really rich larne my lawn provenance model of who deve what to which lawn win.
so lousy to reflect on the pa ste work it allows you to river ch to the previous versions you know ott would we kapadia was has a version control if you were citing a specific page of which a paid year it a certain point in time then your setai shun will have when you access to it but that content of the page may have changed since then so.
least with we kapadia his website you'll the i would to or the person following out on your digital citation will be able to find the a precise text or www the page at the time that you accessed ould which could be important a m.
varying to troll ol as you to share with others you can synchronize copies between each other and the get preda call khan a manages a lot of that for you you can pour copies of a kurd base from someone else make your an changes to that and push there's a cross to them really easily you don't need to use you us be sticks quite so much so there is kind of a speed up with working and sharing collaboratively like this.
this i'm and as a much udell as utes is psych the price tate so there's a know though a into structure which is been book by cern already has version control so that you can cite specific varians all it not all rip aza trees will allow you to do this i'm that they should and and.
at and just a quick know on brie she stern lawn again there was a research i dicko but team hitch caught coal confronting the digital and what was happening in and jang correct me a fi character eyes issing couric plea is what was happening in historic oral research publishing was that research is we using digital rees or ce as like.
pretty she stron line to accessed texts and parm resources from the libre's in the aa cause it though interested in and they would then write their academic adi cools publish the but the citations that they we using hw are referring to the original pour kes to they could have conte to visit in the aa ca of some cell was but their way using the digital sarra get full and so are this.
so out ecl is really about the slight disingenuous nature of using a digital objects for your race a ihg but citing the original printed material itself so if you using digital objects if you using digital rees ol says couple at with version control in couple that with talk human taishan to in show all or that you cite the object that your literally.
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the purred him historias quite a lot of other really great.
re such articles lots of technical ah tickle ff.
sutter on reproduce ability who all of this kind of data management one o one stuff is really to get you thinking about making what your collecting and what your creating as you do your research as a a kind of corpus that can be used for reproduce ability so the the more i open the more radically open about.
your methods your mistakes and yuri such dater in you docked mentation the betta.
this is where the kind of ck wanted i did methods come into it as well so this is the tro earth digital library which is used o.c.i. to scan and the a m a stray ll you news papers ih stark will stradey news pipers and you can see the icy aam eth as that they used are absolutely terrible yet they win proved finse but what they're built into this.
this was a crowd sourcing mechanisms to the people could comin incorrect it you but if you didn't nour the methods that they used to produce it an you would just using this is a search engine you wouldn't know what you went missing yet so there's no way to nerve what well you could look at the original printed material unsay which words these should bay pp but if you're a searching for the k. wor.
words and you didn't understand that they were errors in the ers she our production methods you wouldn't nour to dig a little bitty per for a the sorts of articles that you looking ful.
i'm in kuala tiny of methods as well kind of documenting these is very difficult are but this is an example or of a one of my calling says pay h.t. theses so yak sz lee had a parle of hype was like this which was all of the articles a-t. was using as part of his process and a that's not his falling cabinet buddy did girth through kind of filing process a man euro.
organizational process a physical pipers which is the coding process in call the tay www research yep that's much more rapid in much easy to do with tools like his are taro an engine urdd where you can just get a dio ought i for piper a nd druck put into use or tear id id by ace and taga and anna tight it kind of dynamic lee as you.
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and so far i hope it maintains that full longer yet it's quite good it'll thay will synchronize with this so is your entire i'm article collections yet in crean the files if you download the min attach than so it's it's quite a good way to kind a synchronize but again this is a synchronize i shun of a sub collection of your research using a separate two.
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i'm a the reason the we're talking about exposing the ghats of old of yuri sich is for critical inquiry really allows other people to interrogate you'll articles at the end of ol of ease and his an example from a call ache who did you used a a used pall i'm entry medard out a language to run sentiment an owl a fifa.
crossed the speech texts from the uk hants odd corpus now a exactly have our and which software he used his written in his research ah tekel but the implementation of the software hal would implements centamin a now asus i'm which lexicons were dictionaries it uses to do that is something that you need to then ff.
make a further inquiry to figure out i'm thes then on top of that he's kind of tack yul a tidd and agra grated the sentiment across the speech is a cost the years and this is nowhere in his arctic cool that gives an idea of where the source code for this much bay and ove the oud arra them as that he's used.
to to do this to to ce tooele kak you leyshon that's produced this visualisation soeur what i'm getting at here is if you want to to follow ought with this and interrogate the methods of an article you an a to contact the researcher os plym questions i ask for they dar us see if you could get as sample of their algorithms all made.
the them to talk through the methods in person if the not explicit in the published output so and his ove isay the pens on the kind away that the ri such articles are written as well so this is miss a de logical but it doesn't going to technical methods think goes into a kind of hire level ska matic meth a.
so i think about that is your writing your articles as will people will come inquiring for you and can kind of get them away few more the boson explicit about have you've done things the way you've done things and they the its he caught jt the he it a let's it and it.
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and soul of this is really about the scientific method it's about the reproduce ability of the ri such that you're producing you know i'm but i guess is a distinction between replicating an experiment and reproducing the findings of the experiment if you completely publish you dater in he completely publish asst source code this still uno woman of getting that up an runny.
in for somebody there is a as soft were development in ck eaker as system the is you knit you can't just pick up any all librarian stott running it on york computer there is orb v.c. that pine the have to go through to get scripts running undo use open sore soft way so that's not quite replication of the experiment that that's a hurtle that most people will have to go through.
i'm reproducing the findings would be figuring out exactly haj our our description of what them methods hw are getting the original source data preps getting thes the same libre's at they were using and then reconstructing that for you self to try to replay the experiment rather than kind of re running the entire a source kurd a mend.
critter bove us as transparent is ste khan of a a gets back to the critical inquiry he is so this article is scribble we could in kwai out as much as we want tatoo to figure out from the ri such as a published this how they did it why they did it and what their findings work along the way i'm but if they had published all of that.
on the bloke who on a that or oppose a tree in different forms then that's kind of mo to woods transparency so that if the all of those objects find ub ol undiscovered will then we kind of heading to what's transparency rather than require in papal to be scrutinising everything in a manual way so uf facilitates the ri.
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i'm and the confronting the digital hm i tickle here is the one that i describe previously about citing the digital object rather than they regional force material and gen is mention digital object i dent afar as as will so as many year of the eye tums that you publish if you.
ca tache a dude you object identifier to them then at least to kind of improving the find ability in discover bill ity of your hr easels of.
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more you've used to then it can be are really useful tool i and ove risi use it for machine learning and a taishan.
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this fund tass tickly boring off to you'd lick to the bout five of these pitchers there was nothing kind of ing gauging yoon there are soul but they they didn't need me to stain do a two hundred is say got you know a million people doing one he ch and then going away them that was falling but that was the first i.d.a. on they've maeve to mutt schain mall what into you and humanise ease reset sheekey and the cre a.
they did jenner ayesha nw of text fall at for people like us to do research with mnd the handwritten tux recognition it's improving all the tar line that the couple of years ago even it was it was really reaney paul so the best way to jenner right ok create content was to get people to chime scribe it for you and so the images of the documents of be.
up online and then they would ask i am people to vall an tay air at to lan ind transcribe and caret ext fw and dade try i'm hugh late between peoples contributions so you didn't you to be annex pair at if three people transcribed the same letter the same way them they would take that as a result but if gif there was differ ince they'd wait intel another pasts nut come along to tram sc right the it.
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cent and behind the scenes they have an edge tory a process making scheuer that what has been contribute is still relevant and quality controlled.
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ting processes for those submissions so anyone could go in there and and a tight and correct the o.c.r. but you have to dig around in they website to see how they approve those changes in with or not they verified by human and a mm some other examples with that kind of got are around crowd sourcing were a the early english books on.
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cess for what people will contributing and so they've got the bent thumb oh mutter i'm since twenty tend they've trance groped twenty two thousand pages and twenty one three a twenty one thousand of those nine e six percent have been checked in approved by the it a tory ol tame soeur part of the crowd sourcing is not just using am as on.
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sets thay when it works well it's not just about you telling some i'm what you do on then thinking i've done my public ing ajman and going your way i ideally you'll learn from their responses to your work as well i'm they will have learnt something from you that they can take away and it will help them to think different me about something so it's not transmission of.
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