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curate

1. a clergyman appointed to assist a parish priest
2. a clergyman who has the charge of a parish (curate-in-charge)
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Founded in 2012, MavSocial is a fully integrated social media management and advertising platform trusted by brands and agencies to streamline content curation, scheduling, and reporting.
What really makes it unique is how we married it with four years of human curation data, and how it will continue to be powered and trained by our curation team here VSCO," CEO of VSCO Joel Foly said.
Although CTD's initial exposure paradigm included curation of 54 data fields pertaining to five exposure categories, our initial release of exposure data was simplified to display nine and 13 data types on the Exposure Studies and Exposure Details pages, respectively (Grondin et al.
FactBio builds ontologies and tools for the curation and management of scientific data.
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Hans Cobben, CEO of Bluebee, said, 'With the combination of Bluebee's private cloud based robust and scalable platform for high-speed, configurable data analysis and Explorer Platform's capabilities in data curation, management and interpretation, scientists and clinicians now have a comprehensive integrated solution that will enhance the development of new diagnostics in the research lab and enable improved therapeutic decisions in a clinical setting.
Following the integration of Bluebee's private cloud based robust and scalable platform for high-speed, configurable data analysis with explorer platform's capabilities in data curation, management and interpretation, the partnership expects a seamlessly combined workflow, from raw sequencing reads to endpoint analyses.
Nonetheless, conducting original projects can be expensive, as research libraries face difficult choices between primary research activity and data curation.
This book seeks to raise awareness of the impact of digital curation and archiving on the past, present, and future of performance studies and performance practice.
We wanted to create a new retail concept that incorporated our three areas of expertise: fashion and lifestyle curation, brand direction and graphic design, [and] charitable causes and ethical consumerism," Maison 10's bi-continental founders Tom Blackie, Henri Myers, and Carsten Klein told The Advocate in a joint statement.
At Hearst Television , the role of Chief Digital Content Officer has just been filled, and the individual taking the postbuilt and oversaw the global curation teams responsible for the "Moments" Twitter feature.