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more i've can access material there is the harder is kind to bay to find your particular piece of ris a ch so that something to think about a show going along with a documentation an mehta data stan ditz and where you cheese to put your data for other peeper to find.
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cut aef free at the moments a you can set up in account and you get mecir ext back for how people are accessing and hints in tips about what you can do to mate your work more a pen an excess uppal i as i describe it here it's the opportunity to tell the story if you're risa ch and connect together materials from different locations and you can keep up dating your page stir a.
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it's quite a lot their lots the defra places the you get encourage to put your prey file and that's a pain you know i don't to to devitt again and but this one is they really he strongly i'm urging international standard so i would very much encourage you to make good yeas ove it jd and cert me in the you kher a a sum of off funding bodies have now made it manda treat that they will knock eve you funding and the.
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which people can access it they might not use it because they wort ne what they're allowed to day serre tellem what they're allowed to date a and try not to close down options i think east the key thing with license thing if you're happy to people to used don't chaya nd say where you can use it for that but u. conn use it for that or bad to make his i can ih she can and this pp.
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mine exactly what their spa nz abilities are for those how they going a work together i'm same with the supplies an infrastructure you're going to have different levels of accessed different requirements have access to different computationally per structures so it's important to clare for the roles fr each of those there is a huge range ove institutional support so i just grabbed all of the logo is foa the.
button is that are involved in this program a m and then all of the logar zte fort the data provide is an m show eve kind of mingled and spoken with a lot of them i'm not scheu thes few www khan have looked at all of than individual he des see if they might have data that would be useful for your re such project or just the ones that you thought mutt be a per prix a fj.
you so you reach out and explore even further if you can i'm and then as jane said there's way you put it and hal you make it accessible put it in places were people can find it put it in many places the people can find it so or aam klier and is a re such net where we can publish a lot of research data get hob is used more and more for.
over the xing erg research data it may not be the best place for it but a is another like ation the people can use to find it arwa nw drive is our institutional or pas a tree you may have something similar which is the cloud storage that you get with your look ol institution amend there's other organizations like the your pain up in science clout in the line ce of des jeux ll humanities that.
in it wicks that you can can a plug into to find other oppurtunities took publish your research data to find a mm other people who a talking in thinking about these things as well so are part of the life cycle is well this what with famille you to a lot of you wreak her collect you data first you created a then you do growth when analysis process.
and then all tem of the have to store a some way a m there's the anonymize ation problems there's the cop europe problems of storage a witch ussher really about what degree d. publish how much do publish and days usually a lot of work involved innit.
a i'm than this the sharing and the putting it in the le cations as jane mention does to get it out this so that people can use it and find it a end then i'm not to show that you bui going down this route so much but digital preservation this is putting it in and is to to shun rip aza tree or digital auc car of some wis so that in fifty jez time it's still re usable.
and ges a just an example an a law fs suckle project in the digital humanities i'm for the last des could asst so a lot of the funding is going id to tool building and one of the rees or says that was produced avary such project was the liberalism in the americas digital auc i've so a did digit toys to of what to much or hemming volume's all as there.
these one hundred an twell hundred an sixty rei cords which was bet twenty three gig abouts of paged cannes a i'm the a serve a cost fifteen hundred pounds a you to host and the ri such funding affleck ation didn't have any he provision for keeping these state a on loy an pp oh stree such project soeur when you thinking about data management and re such funding a ed.
uno you in your pitch taper grams now but in the few chine id to think about what do you do at the end of the life cycle with three such data that you producing so are we had to my great this to another pas a tree our institutional or pose a tree the sounds like a simple process n you just lift it from one database and put into another database but there was are kind of structural mapping.
we had to consider with the academics the meaning change of the terms of the va cab yul aires and that we used in the mid a data and so took a lot aback and forth an took a lot of tom an ear in total it took about ten day zz but with all of the delays of the communication going back and forth actually took six months to complete and this was just taking data from one source that we had complete ak cyst to and.
putting it into another source that we had complete access to so or ump think about that when your publishing your data for papal to reuse in the future so you getting back to the standards in the openness it makes it easy if other people to pick it up and work with an m spe he about radical up unah ce end transparency ol just quickly ger through recoupling.
pl of the example digital projects that we've run which show or less pay h d research projects mall online digital tools a on the first ons could brie she strung on which is run out of these to true of a store aqel research it is a des jeux a to lahr bei re of prom resources a nz about fief to iin he is old yet so they've been dh.
digitizing texts double re caning them for that long so the ninety non pp a non percent accurate and that was written in i us pay dot net i added to be running in ice peyto at net for read a decade and the research project was to transform that and rebuild the sought and because this is kind of pinned in as a subscription service.
stays there was kind i'm modules that pin ding to the fr annette show institution to pop mm a nts they was subscriptions that propped plugged into the lahr briefer access to subsets of the data and the dater it so ff was in an on stand id form adit was consistent throughout its on in set but the mehta data was stored in relational data by says the x. an oak.
on tent was on the fall system so there was lots of aaj specs to can city he and so the project phases that we went through was an order to have the existing system an structures www a planning full of the ri from ation of those structures a than the development fi a's and then putting the new site obvious the in top aeration za ft woods a and the business systems that what impacted by a.
which of those was the cyl system because there's revenues that was coming in quite regularly for this the it a tory a process needed to keep going so we were didn't want to stalled the digitize ation process jure ing the ri bill process so we want to to make person provisions to cape the all system running in then do a quicks whichever once we had prepaid for it but that required some kind a tech ticks un negotiations.
ok she ation to us which things i've with the eye tate apartments and then if his ob v.c. that the technical requirements were were ish ish f'ing from n a s pay don't net framework to a pay itcz pay by ste framework so this skills requirements in the tames the take on operations for these sorts of things so and this colour are as ation is khan of my way of representing how the.
this was an a klain waterfall by ce process it didn't go wanted a time it kind of went step by step the the yellow is informing the brown or the brown is investigating full would and eventually we kind of got old developments server into operation in a move a stew planning on exactly had a change that and so a it was a not a klain process.
this it was lots of these boxes in these two facets of the project plan wh were kind of feeding in an off each other and different papal were spa nz uppal for different parts of it at different times aunt what we fortune lee ended up with whiz a kind of a re launch with a continuous to plough eman in a continuous upper ation so that was quite knicks pensive pp.
process but ped i'm just nigg zam pl of the sorts of digital projects that we've gone through i'm another example of the methodology xers that we've used in some projects ease uf with history a palm unt this is a traditional research print publication process but what we did with this juan wh was transform att through rue a a enix.
semel database so we put the xom ill date of isis the center of to publish an process i'm and kind of pin the print the traditional print research life cycle around that and we in that with quite a lot a show iterations soeur once we had received the word fall us from the researches they were all saw and off to a certain degree of quality a that.
was him put into a drupal that eman ish drupal content management system which had an ex-im l. schema for exporting from the relational late abase the ick cemil was not really stand that eyes but it was tile id towards what in designed could recognize a mm and in design then picked up an applied style sher eats so talk a graphical star ll.
teats for the transformation and then all to mullee went through the traditional way of p.d.f. iterations with the it utters fa corrections in the lichen winch off to print so the what we did with this project does put the x m l dot a base in the middle of a traditional publishing process soeur what we can do with that at the end is take the xom ale and.
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another example an awe stop off to these cause whiz should have some coffee is there's a it a lab cooking zz digital lab at to king's college london and there are des jeux of humanity's lab that specialize in producing tools like this and they quite open in transparent about the why that they operate the way that they bills main tyne.
ability and sustainability into they re such projects end it's pretty much in the middle where the circles are here it's an agile development process prix pp ross prix projects tell go through an thou consult with their clients ole they research as who have funding to build a tool of some kind quite in quite a lot of d. tell.
sin the project with the potton is talking through the online architectures per ta zing requirement such hr additional project management time activities things that you will have to do in your own re such project if you've got collaborate is you on they to coen net with them in a project management star all then ultimately the two khaled lines the of aleutian airy development in the deployment is the what we traditionally.
think of tool building just hecking away him producing code a m but what they also have with this is post project so when you son ott to build a tool an host a tool with kings digital of their very clear that what you do it the end will have to be auc awe of tin switched offered a certain period of time so they require op you infrastructure to be running foal oh feith.
in five jez sss and they do that so that they can maintain their own rick sustainability for that tames and they rees or ce as so i these are oh kind of project tech ne kes project management methods that a not quite the same is ph day ce but if you think about you pay h d in this kind of procedure way in a project management way you'll actually kind of.
be able to prepare for annick publish ur data in clearer a wace and the methodology in the document taishan for running research lech this these a by product which is also something that all talk about i think arf to the coffee break.


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