Author: Kristin Briney

Managing Your Literature

I’m putting my librarian hat on for today’s post as we’re looking at citation managers. There’s a lot to love about this type of software (easy citation formatting!!!) but in essence, they’re a tool for managing a specific type of … Continue reading

Adding R to the Data Toolkit

I’ve officially jumped on the R bandwagon. I worked on a project last year for which R turned out to be the best solution to tackling a lot of messy data (OpenRefine was not reproducible enough and let’s not even … Continue reading

Privacy v Confidentiality

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the difference between privacy and confidentiality. This issue surfaces in libraries around handling patron data (relevant to my current line of research) but also more generally in how researchers handle human subjects data. … Continue reading