The humanities may thrive on the immeasurable, but they still need structure to sustain.
Last October, the Cultural Data Project announced it would be expanding its services and enhancing its technology under a new guise — DataArts. That transition is now in full effect.
DataArts is now the web-based data collection and insight platform that offers Cultural Data Project (CDP) as a service. CDP helps its approximately 10,000 annual users streamline the grant application process.
Here’s the first thing you’ll notice: DataArts has a flashy, intuitive, user-friendly new look. The old site pales in comparison to the new one. Plus, take a look at the new CDP interface in the video below:
According to DataArts, the organization will be adding more features, a new management center and educational resources throughout the next year.-30-
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