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Historical Databases Now and in the Future

Kris Inwood | Hamish Maxwell-Stewart |

Abstract

Kees Mandemakers has enriched historical databases in the Netherlands and internationally through the development of the Historical Sample of the Netherlands, the Intermediate Data Structure, a practical implementation of rule-based record linking (LINKS) and personal encouragement of high quality longitudinal data in a number of countries.

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Kris Inwood
Hamish Maxwell-Stewart
Published 2021-03-31
Issue Vol. 10 (2021): Special Issue 3
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Inwood, Kris, and Hamish Maxwell-Stewart. 2021. “Historical Databases Now and in the Future”. Historical Life Course Studies 10 (March):9-12. https://doi.org/10.51964/hlcs9558.
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Keywords Digitization, Longitudinal, Record linkage, Intermediate Data Structure, Data accessibility
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