American Panorama is “an historical atlas of the United States for the twenty-first century,” bringing together a variety of geospatial and data visualization methods to create interactive maps of American historical data. Parameters sat down with the editors of the project, Robert K. Nelson and Edward L. Ayers, to talk about their experience with creating Panorama, as well as the journey from early digital history projects—like Ayers’s 1993 The Valley of the Shadow—to current methodologies and the future of digital scholarship.
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The Social Science Research Council’s Digital Culture program is issuing a call to our networks, fellows, and the scholarly community in general for personal stories of government data use.
May 1, 2017