CEDAR-Linked Open Census Data


CenterNet, the international network of digital humanities (DH) centres (of which the eHumanities group is a member), launched a new journal in 2015 called DHCommons. The journal aims to provide a forum for discussing mid-stage projects in DH, as a way of providing feedback while it can still be useful. Members of the CEDAR project are very pleased that their paper about the challenges they face in harmonising the Dutch census data was accepted for the very first issue of the journal. The journal also provides for open peer review, so the published version of the paper appears alongside two very thoughtful reviews by Alexander O’Connor and Patick Murray-John.