Efforts to rescue data underscores what many people in the library community have known all along: even if federal data won’t abscond into thin air, much of it is poorly organized, partially documented, and effectively undiscoverable.
Love Your Data (LYD) Week has arrived, and we have more reasons than ever to love our research data this year. We expend a considerable amount of resources to building our data, making it essential that we ensure our digital research materials have a long life . . .
Read up on urgent efforts by developers, coders, librarians, archivists, and activists to save and preserve data at risk as a result of current political turmoil.
The results of a crowd-sourced georectification project within Data Services have come to fruition as the NYU Spatial Data Repository has now released its rectified collection of topographic maps of Saudia Arabia and nearby regions.
GIS Day Map Hack-a-thon update: To celebrate GIS Day 2016, a group of students at NYU Abu Dhabi set out to explore a set of Soviet 1:100K maps made of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
GIS Day 2016 at NYU is less than a week away and we are introducing a multi-campus hack-a-thon event. What happens when NYU’s global GIS Data Services team comes together to produce a series of spatial narratives and visualizations?