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- How is finding a consensus among citizen science transcriptions like aligning gene sequences AND textual analysis of medieval codices? Part 2
- How is finding a consensus among citizen science transcriptions like aligning gene sequences AND textual analysis of medieval codices? Part 1
- Data Diversity of the Week: Sex
- This week in digitization: The good, the buggy, and the curious
- What gets linked to global unique identifiers (GUIDs) in natural history collections digitization?
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So You Think You Can Digitize had a bit of an unplanned hiatus; turns out that maintaining a blog while its authors take a something like 15+ trips, attend to work/school responsibilities, and write gobs of papers is a bit … Continue reading
Confluence. n. a. the flowing together of two or more streams b. the place of meeting of two streams c. the combined stream formed by conjunction [Merriam-Webster online] Drawer. n. a sliding box or receptacle opened by pulling out … Continue reading