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School of Social Sciences
Humanities Bridgeford Street
University of Manchester
I generally work on building reliable infrastructure for social science projects as part of the project team; and provide indepth technical support to research problems. Often taking unsolved research support problems and providing a technical solution.
Papers and Presentations
These are generally external presentations that you can't get elsewhere. Most of the time, my work is presented by others in the context of user engagement and training.
Processing Everything: Lessons from comprehensive automated processing of the UK large scale government surveys: Slides. The associated and referenced papers are available: CCSR-WP-2008-11 - overview and CCSR-WP-2002-12 - details.
Discusses how the RMP, ESDS Government and the SARs share information to provide a better service to our users and share richer information to and from other sites. Given as part of the two-day Research Methods Programme workshop on online resources. 15-16 December 2005.The updated presentation (and accompanying paper) was given at IASSIST 2005. A different section of the paper was presented at the MADIERA project meeting in June 2005 (slides).
How it was done, why it was done, and what problems we had that the e-science community could look to solve.
The SARs and Nesstar - slides
How we use Nesstar, and what we can do as a result of Publisher's capabilities and the DDI XML standard.