From Source to Database

@inproceedings{Townsend2000FromST,
  title={From Source to Database},
  author={Sean Townsend and C. Chappell and Oscar Strujv{\'e}},
  year={2000}
}
Introduction It hardly needs saying that the act of creating a digital historical database involves the process of converting information from one format (paper) to another (digital). This conversion process is ultimately the essence of creating the resource, and those embarking on the endeavor need to think very hard about exactly what it is they are about to do. Talking to others who have gone through similar processes in related disciplines, reading appropriate literature, and evaluating and… Expand
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