Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023


AMENDMENT Better engineer-researcher collaborations though data control

Driving research based on large collection of data often demands in the humanities a strong collaboration between researchers and data engineers. Data are the corner stone on which the research is based. Caring about our research data is not only a good practice to drive and open our research, it's also a good way to foster collaboration between researchers and engineers. In this talk we will present how, in a Digital Humanities research project, controlling the data quality and structure through a frictionless data package leverage the a great data productivity.

Please note that this talk replaces one entitled "Data flowing the right way" that was due to have been given by MarĂ­a Arias de Reyna, who has sent his apologies but is now unable to attend the conference.


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