Ian Mulvany

Competition for finding data sets in social science literature

This project is a competition for researchers to build tools to help automate the discovery of data sets in the social sciences. The competition comes with prizes of $2,000 to each of the finalists, with up to $20,000 to be awarded to the winning team. Find out more and apply today.

Maximizing the value of data

Joe Karaganis and Ian Mulvany discuss ways to harness data efficiently at the annual conference of the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishing. Joe Karaganis describes his own directed software which data mines and analyzes millions of syllabus to answer whats taught at universities. Ian Mulvany discusses maximizing the value of data through software publishing and taking the journey from collected data to usable data. 

Joe Karaganis is the vice president of The American Assembly at Columbia University and Ian Mulvany, head of product innovation at SAGE Publishing. This post was originally posted onto a SAGE hosted website, Methodspace, under the same title