Please join us on Wednesday, April 18th, for an in-depth look into to the Jane Speaks Initiative and the Clery Crime Data Visualization Project. Hosted by UW-Madison’s Research Data Services, RDS Brown Bag is an opportunity for campus members to share and discuss data projects or other topics of interest.
In her talk “From the ashes: How data corruption revitalized our data project,” Kendra Bouda will recount her experiences with data corruption and how the misfortune of data loss actually revitalized her project. Kendra will relate how a variety of data-related hurdles shaped her work on the Clery Crime Data Visualization Project, shifted her perspective on access and reproducibility, and, ultimately, how data corruption transformed project goals.
Date: Wednesday, April 18, noon-1pm
Location: Memorial Library, Room 126
More info: http://researchdata.wisc.edu/holz-series/