"Global Jukebox" Performing Arts Database Now Publicly Available: Data Made Available for Interactive Collection of 5,776 Recordings, Representing 1,026 Societies
November 4, 2022
Extensive data behind the Global Jukebox (http://theglobaljukebox.org)—an online tool for exploring recordings of music and other performing arts from around the world—has now been made available to the general public and researchers. Dr. Anna L. C. Wood of the Association for Cultural Equity, New York; Assoc. Prof. Patrick Savage of Keio University, Fujisawa, Japan; and 17 colleagues report and demonstrate this new resource in the open-access journal PLOS ONE on November 2, 2022. The team includes Keio University co-authors Project Research Associate Sam Passmore and Hideo Daikoku (Master's student at the Graduate School of Media and Governance).
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