Documenting data rescueIASSIST Annual Conference 2017 (2017)
This presentation describes the efforts of a group of Ontario data professionals to rescue a collection of Government of Canada survey data files. This group, representing several different institutions, initially came together on a project to rescue various historically important Government of Canada survey data files that were only available in states ranging from unusable to incomprehensible. As the project progressed the members documented the steps they were taking to come up with a streamlined procedure. This internal document that began as a set of guidelines for working with a relatively uniform set of surveys grew as the project expanded into a detailed guide to data rescue.
- data librarianship,
- data rescue
Publication DateMay 24, 2017
LocationLawrence, Kansas, USA
Citation InformationAlexandra Cooper, Kristi Anne Thompson and Leanne Trimble. "Documenting data rescue" IASSIST Annual Conference 2017 (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kristi_thompson/6/
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