CWD150 in O’Reilly Radar

The O’Reilly Radar just published an article about the Civil War Data 150 project and the potential for Linked Open Data as a tool to aid historical analysis.  Audrey Watters interviewed Scott Nesbit, Civil War historian and associate director of the Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Richmond and Jon Voss, founder of LookBackMaps.

“With new links between data sources, historians will be able to imagine new questions to ask that would have been discarded as nearly impossible to answer before.” -Scott Nesbit

Read the full interview…

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