Variations at Indiana University: Feeding, Facilitating, and Archiving Your Research

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Riley, Jenn. “Variations at Indiana University: Feeding, Facilitating, and Archiving Your Research.” MIR and Computational Musicology Workshop, New York University, February 4, 2011.

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Variations at Indiana University: Feeding, Facilitating, and Archiving Your Research

  1. 1. { Variations at Indiana University: Feeding, Facilitating, and Archiving Your Research Jenn Riley Head, Carolina Digital Library and Archives The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (formerly @ Indiana University Digital Library Program)
  2. 2.  Not just a digital library, but a research and learning system  Though admittedly much of the recent work is pretty library-focused  Once upon a time handled MusicXML in addition to sound and bitmapped scores; probably could again  Can provide you with:  tools for the documentation of your work  ground truth  means for visualizing your results Variations and MIR
  3. 3. Sound analysis tools
  4. 4. Some open source code
  5. 5.  Search terms  Works listened to  Recordings listened to  Scores viewed  Patterns of viewing/listening vs. interacting User behavior data
  6. 6. Metadata about works/songs
  7. 7. Metadata about recordings
  8. 8. Discovering new music for your work
  9. 9. We’ll partner on: Collection development Metadata sharing Archiving your research (data and papers) Facilitating research collaborations Identifying and compiling data for your research And don’t forget your library!

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