This workshop will be dedicated to the GoTriple data quality and enrichment analysis. It will build upon the results of “The Workshop: Data quality work plan” which took place during the TRIPLE Consortium meeting in Athens in September 2022. During the workshop, we discussed the current state of GoTriple data quality and enrichment and engaged participants in a working session.
In the first part, the results of this workshop will be presented which includes participants’ views on the scope of GoTriple aggregation, additional data services that should be implemented and the GoTriple role in the SSH evaluation.
In the second part, we will aim to transform these opinions into concrete recommendations related to the tangible solutions and action points that should be taken into account, especially after the TRIPLE project’s completion. This could relate to defining new possible data providers (or categories of them), necessary and innovative data analysis solutions and GoTriple’s role for such stakeholders as academic libraries, data metrics providers or scientists engaged in data-based research.
Workshop leaders: Cezary Rosiński, Tomasz Umerle
Cezary Rosiński PhD, is an assistant professor, information, documentation and data specialist at the Department of Current Bibliography and a member of the Computations lab at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences. A literary scholar and Python programmer. Co-author of the “Polish Literary Bibliography”. His main areas of research interest are space in contemporary literature and Bibliographic Data Science.
Tomasz Umerle is an assistant professor, deputy director of the Department of Current Bibliography and a leader of the Computations lab at the Digital Humanities Centre at IBL PAN. In the Centre, he is responsible for R&D activities and coordinating the development of the research infrastructure. Currently, he is engaged in the DARIAH-PL project as the coordinator of the Laboratory for supervised semantic discovery. He is chairing the “Bibliographical Data” Working Group at the DARIAH-ERIC consortium. Interested in cultural and scientific metadata, mostly bibliographical, and documentation of literary culture.