Jack Reese

My summer research involved ingesting the Annual Reviews corpus — an archive of articles from the publishing company Annual Reviews’ yearly review series on science and social science — into Bookworm's database. Despite setbacks owing to inconsistency in the storage, formatting, and distribution of article data and metadata, I was able to ingest the majority of the corpus into a functional database useful for research purposes. Future work on this project may include implementing full compatibility with the Bookworm web app and implementing more robust database ingestion methods.

I also participated in “In the loop: a city data and digital manufacturing project,” an educational program hosted jointly by Data Science for the Social Good (DSSG), the School of the Art Institute (SAIC), Inventables, the Center for Robust Decision making on Climate and Energy Policy (RDCEP), Knowledge Lab, and Englewood Codes.