The Trouble with Legacy Public Health Data

  1. Grayce Mack

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OHSU’s Historical Collections & Archives holds extensive 19th and 20th century archival collections that document public health in Oregon. These collections provide vital early research data, yet these analog materials remain largely inaccessible to the data-driven health sciences researchers of today due to format and access systems. Inaccessible legacy data hinders scientific discovery, and gene...


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