As a reader of blog posts, you might be well aware how important role commentaries happening on blogs can play in the establishment of a specific scholarly discourses. In this piece, you can read our guest author’s, Stefan Karcher’s reflection on Jim Casey’s recent blog post, Taste the Data where he introduces a new didactic approach to discover important information and structures in a data set. So, how do your data taste?
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We need solutions to “develop an environment that is technically flexible enough to allow for the integration of heterogeneous material and that is social enough to allow researcher crowds to discover and analyse their material and make new connections.” (Blanke et al. 2015:11)