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Big Data, Little Data, No Data: Scholarship in the Networked World (The MIT Press) review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB An examination of the uses of data within a changing knowledge infrastructure offering analysis and case studies from the sciences social sciences and humanitiesBig Data is on the covers of Science Nature the Economist and Wired magazines on the front pages of the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times But despite the media hyperbole as Christine Borgman points out in this examination of data and scholarly research having the right data is usually better than havingdata; little data c. This book is about the generation use and re use of data in an academic environment I found it interesting but verbose As a non academic I was always aware that I was not this book s target market However I did find some of it stimulating and thought provokingIt is a readable account of data in all their forms sources and usages 1 generated in the sciences social sciences and the humanities This book is aimed at scholars 2 but I think it would be useful to anyone who is responsible for data giving them a wider perspective This book is not a manual on the technical techniues of handling extra large data sets that are becoming common nor is it a discussion of where the emergence of these extra large data sets will lead usThe author s reason for writing this book can be found on page 14 It also provides a representative example of the writing style used throughout This style avoids academic jargon but is very inclusive data is a far complex subject than suggested by the popular press or by policy pronouncements It remains large and unwieldy even when constrained to research and scholarship Although the literature on research data is growing rapidly each journal article conference paper white paper report and manifesto addresses but one part of the elephantine problem This book is the first monograph to assess the whole elephant of data from social technical and policy perspectives drawing on examples from across the academic disciplines It picks up where the general exploration of scholarship in the digital age left off Borgman 2007 addressing the radical expansion of interest in data in the interim The author then defines six provocations These are intended to frame the book s narrative and provoke discussion I expected these key points to be briefly named but each was several sentences long and had a slippery definition The last two on knowledge Infrastructures seemed to me to be describing the same thing As far as I can tell these provocations concerned data re use data transfer by discipline and over time differentiating data from academic writings the conseuences of open access and knowledge infrastructures evolving over timeThe book has 287 pages of text divided into three parts Part I Data and Scholarship Part II Case Studies in Data Scholarship Part III Data Policy and Practice As would be expected of a book aimed at academics it has extensive References 72 pages and it is well indexed 23 pagesThere are six case studies two from the sciences two from the social sciences and two from the humanities Each case study is discussed within the same framework consisting of Size Matters Sources and Processes Knowledge Infrastructure External Influences and Conducting Research in the case study area Conduction Research is divided into Research uestions Collecting Data Analyzing Data Publishing Findings Curating Sharing and Reusing Data Thus using these examples the reader can compare and contrast their own area of study within the framework provided1 I am trying to follow this book s consistent and correct use of the word data as a plural However I find it very hard to do I have never come across the singular datum and the word data always seems to imply to me a data set which is singular2 The author uses the terms scholar scholarship and research throughout for which I read academic Enola Holmes: The Case of the Missing Marquess (An Enola Holmes Mystery) right data is usually better than havingdata; little data c. 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Big Data, Little Data, No Data: Scholarship in the Networked World (The MIT Press) review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Lationships After laying out the premises of her investigationsix provocations meant to inspire discussion about the uses of data in scholarshipBorgman offers case studies of data practices in the sciences the social sciences and the humanities and then considers the implications of her findings for scholarly practice and research policy To manage and exploit data over the long term Borgman argues reuires massive investment in knowledge infrastructures; at stake is the future of scholarsh. Great book on what is Data Academic insight CIRQUE COLORIAGES AUTOCOLLANTS research policy To manage and exploit data over the long term Borgman argues Le Cirque reuires massive investment in knowledge infrastructures; at stake is the future of scholarsh. Great book on what is Data Academic insight

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Big Data, Little Data, No Data: Scholarship in the Networked World (The MIT Press) review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB An be just as valuable as big data In many cases there are no databecause relevant data don't exist cannot be found or are not available Moreover data sharing is difficult incentives to do so are minimal and data practices vary widely across disciplinesBorgman an often cited authority on scholarly communication argues that data have no value or meaning in isolation; they exist within a knowledge infrastructurean ecology of people practices technologies institutions material objects and re. very nice item