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How to Make a Database in Historical Studies 2021 book

How to Make a Database in Historical Studies

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How to Make a Database in Historical Studies

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ISBN : 9783030782412, 9783030782405 
publisher: Springer International Publishing 
publish year: 2021 
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language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Preface
	References
Acknowledgments
Contents
1 Some Theoretical and Methodical Questions
	1.1 Introduction
	1.2 One Craftsman, One Operation
	1.3 Dismantling Things in an Organized Way
	1.4 On the Shoulders of Giants
		1.4.1 The Experience of Father Busa in 1949
		1.4.2 The Colloquium of the École Normale Supérieure de Saint-Cloud, 1965
		1.4.3 Lawrence Stone in the Early 1970s
		1.4.4 The First Computation Manual for Historians
		1.4.5 Reconstructing Historical Communities: A Pioneering Project
		1.4.6 Manfred Thaller and the Kleio
		1.4.7 The Fichoz system
	References
2 Some Computer Issues
	2.1 On Granularity
	2.2 Database Models
		2.2.1 Flat-File
		2.2.2 Hierarchical
		2.2.3 Graphs
		2.2.4 Key-Value
		2.2.5 Document-Oriented Databases
		2.2.6 Relational Databases
		2.2.7 Conceptual, Logical and Physical Models
	2.3 Visual Form of Databases
		2.3.1 Different Ways of Viewing Data
		2.3.2 Colors
		2.3.3 Forms
	2.4 Technique and Theory: Everyday Problems and Practical Decisions
		2.4.1 Homonyms
		2.4.2 Update, Standardize or Maintain the Original?
		2.4.3 Date Formats
		2.4.4 Full Text or Excerpts?
		2.4.5 Data Reuse
		2.4.6 Fuzzy Information
		2.4.7 The ``Remarks\'\', ``Comments\'\' and ``Notes\'\' Fields
	References
3 Research Engineering
	3.1 Introduction
	3.2 Initial Survey
		3.2.1 Creation of Teams
		3.2.2 Training
	3.3 Collection Strategies (Archives Survival Tips)
	3.4 Manual Filling of the Database
	3.5 Importing Data and REGEX Usage
		3.5.1 Importing Data (Analog)
	3.6 Database Administration
		3.6.1 Checking Data
	3.7 Problems and Dangers in Collective Databases
	Reference
4 Constructing Databases: Some Concrete Examples
	4.1 Introduction
	4.2 Source-Centered Databases
		4.2.1 Baptism Records
		4.2.2 Public Deeds
		4.2.3 Correspondence
		4.2.4 Dialogical Sources
	4.3 Method-Centered Databases
		4.3.1 Prosopography
		4.3.2 Demographic Analysis (the ``Henry Method\'\')
		4.3.3 Social Network Analysis
		4.3.4 Multi-task Databases
	References
Appendix A Original Documents (Chapter 1.3)
A.1 Baptism Records Examples of Part 1.3, Example 1
A.2 Baptism Records Examples of Part 1.3, Example 2




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