Posts with the tag: data visualization

The Archivist’s Nook: Visualizing the Archives

Author Katherine Santa Ana served as Graduate Library Pre-Professional (GLP), 2015-2017. Sometimes, archives get a bad rap. Even more so than libraries, archives are often perceived as closed off and inaccessible. Closed stacks lack the “browsability” of a public library, where patrons can wander among the rows and go where their perusing takes them. In Read More

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Digital Scholarship @ CUA: Return to the Book!

Digital scholarship is a complex world of subject content, technology tools and research skills. It may be time to slow down and read more than a tweet or post about the connections between the screen and the subject. Understanding the data we see every day in charts, graphs, infographics, heat maps, scatter plots, treemaps (…and Read More

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