On January 28-30, 2018, the National Library of Medicine will host “Viral Networks: A Workshop in the Digital Humanities and Medical History” funded by the
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Dan Bouk, PhD who shares his insights on nineteenth century government data collection and analysis as part of our Revealing
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Kristin Heitman, PhD, who shares her insights on seventeenth century data collection and analysis as part of our Revealing Data
By Ashley Bowen ~ United States Public Health Service (USPHS) officers stationed in the San Francisco Bay complained about the rain and deer eating the
By Christie Moffatt ~ We hear about data every day. In historical medical collections, data abounds, both quantitative and qualitative. In its format, scope, and
Pi Day is the internationally-recognized event when various disciplines come together to celebrate the significance of the Greek letter π.