FIGURE 14-2 Catalog page for data to replicate “From Crayons to Computers: The Evolution of Computer Use in Redistricting.”
While this dataset is in my own scholarly dataverse, it is formally “distributed” by the Murray Research Archive, as indicated through the distributor information in the citation above. This indicates that the dataset was reviewed by the Murray Archive and complied with its selection policies. This also indicates that the Archive takes “archival” responsibility for it, and will continue to ensure its long-term availability. Other datasets in my collection are distributed by ICPSR, and by the IQSS Dataverse Network.
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