Christopher Le Dantec
'Raw Data' Is an Oxymoron By Lisa Gitelman I am currently involved in a project called Cycle Atlanta where cyclists in the city are recording their rides in order to provide city planners with better data for use in developing new cycling facilities. One of the interesting questions that has come up is how do we balance data from very active cyclists so their rides do not skew analysis? Here, it's not just that the data is not rawvia the choices of what and how to collect itbut that cyclists actively create it with vested interests in influencing the…
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