In 2019 we had the methodological approach and organisation of our inventory of newly built railway housing in Spain during the second half of the 20th century (Cuéllar and Martínez-Corral, 2021). The results of that proposal have been totally satisfactory and have been the methodological framework on which several publications and participations in congresses have been made (Cuéllar and Martínez-Corral, 2018a; 2018b; 2019a; 2019b; 2020; Martínez-Corral and Cuéllar, 2020; 2021), and the edition of this academic blog to contribute to debate and disseminate all the information we are handling.
From the outset, we have conceived this inventory more as a methodological project than as a simple ordered list of data, although this is also very important. In other words, we have been interested in establishing a methodological support that gives greater rigour to data collection, as well as the use of as much data as possible in order to obtain a wide range of information on what has been studied. The statistical vocation and the dissemination of the data are the other characteristics that we have tried to imprint on the inventory from the outset. It is a “microbigdata” of social railway housing. Sigue leyendo