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Don't Leave the Data in the Dark (24 Jan 2006)
To ensure that data are not left in the dark, decisions must be made very early in a statistical digitization project about the objects that will be created as outputs of the digitization process: what are all the levels of objects to be digitized (as parts that are or can be isolated from their original context), described (in metadata), and presented (constructed, reconstructed, deconstructed, whether in the digitization project's interface or in the end-users' own interfaces).
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