Reflections for Week 4

Looking at the varieties of data and how they can be used to support a specific project or outcome in the Cultural Heritage field can be quite daunting, the results of any data based exercise, including data mining, rely primarily on the data being complete and verifiable by several independent sources.

I really liked the visual outcomes and flexibility of plot.ly it is a tool I will use back in the office for data visualisation (labour usage/frequency, energy consumption).

As for the data repositories, there were many I had never used, and in visiting them, it was apparent that these repositories are for specific data, managed and verified by the government agencies and organised to enable faster access for specific analysis tasks.

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