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Published: March 1999.

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Nina Grigoryeva

Data Analyst
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West @ 79th St.
New York NY
10024-5192 USA
Email: grigri@amnh.org
http://www.amnh.org/

Education: M.S. in Computer Science, Moscow Institute of Economics and Statistics, 1976.

Position: Database Administrator and Software Developer, Anthropology Department, American Museum of Natural History.

Job Description: I am in charge of designing, developing and maintaining the Anthropological Collection Management System, which holds information up to 300,000 artifacts, integrates digital images of objects and catalogs, keeps track about interactions between the Museum and over 1,000 organizations. The System has built in artifact tracking, resource management, and correspondence features that enables the department to facilitate, preserve, and study its collections. I am also responsible for dissemination of the collection data through the Web based on direct access to the departmental database.

Software: Database development tools: Centura SQLWindows, SQLBase 7.0. Web Development tools: PowerDynamo, SQL Anywhere, JavaScript, Cold Fusion.

Nina presented Using Primary Data to Design Web Sites for Public and Scientific Audiences