We see much interest in our offering from other continents, therefore we truly welcome the opportunity that we can do this on a truly global business canvas in one of the worlds’ top five incubators, the number 2 university-backed incubator in the world, in the Yes!Delft AI+Blockchain Validation Lab.
Our ex post survey harmonization package retroharmonize passed all automated tests and peer-reviews and was released today on CRAN.
We would like to validate our open source, open data, open collaboration based reproducible observatory concept with the Demo Music Observatory. All feedback is welcome.
The making of an automated and reproducible data tool for the music industry. A short video and a brief explanation.
The big day has come: the co-founders singed off the documents at the public notary and started the registration of a reproducible research start-up. Do you want to help us?
If your analytical work has used a certain type of data at least two times in the past, it is likely that the data will be needed again. This is a good time to make the data ingestion automatic and reproducible.
The very techincal terms of *ex ante* , *ex post* or retrospective harmonization hide opportunities that can significantly increase the value for money in empirical market research, potentially increasing the value of a high-cost, high-value survey to multiple times of its euro value.
Our new R package, Eurobarometer, helps the creation of data panels and regionalized statistics from the Pan-European survey’s microdata. This allows the creation of many new statistical indicators for the CEEMID Music Observatory and for many market and policy research tasks.
In the preparation to make the CEEMID available as an open-source data integration platform and as a source of open data for the European Music Observatory, the first regional dataset was published today.
The Central European Music Industry Report 2020 was updated with a technical annex that points out to the new wiki documentation website of CEEMID to make our work more accessible for designing the European Music Observatory.
Regulatory compliance, research and forecasting reports.
Re-Use of Taxpayer Funded, Public Data Assets