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Invited talk given at London School of Economics on Friday 10th May 2013. This was part of a seminar series on "First Person Perspective Digital Ethnography".
New methods of digital data capture create new problems for analysing data. How should the sheer volume of data be stored, searched and analysed? How can multiple types of first person perspective data (e.g., video, audio, location, movement, eye-tracking, biosensor) be integrated and analysed? What software platforms currently support such a diversity of data and perspectives?