Monthly Archives: March 2014

There is a hunger among our clients for more and better data not only about their individual organizations but about their arts disciplines and the cultural sector as a whole. With respect to the sector, the¬†Cultural Data Project¬†has, since 2001, … Continue reading

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In his entry above, my colleague Tom Wolf focused on the value of what Craig Ramey has called big data: data designed to inform people about the state of a sector or field. But lately my colleague Dennie Palmer Wolf … Continue reading

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Both big data and little data can be powerful tools for organizations to better understand the impact of their work and the state of their sector as a whole. Much of this kind of data can be collected through quantitative … Continue reading

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