Since 1959 Statco has assisted government, industry organizations and universities with their research information and content acquisition requirements. The scope of these information acquisition requirements may range from reviewing known and identified source documents to obtaining unknown research information using on-line tools and the Internet. Research information can be acquired using structured information and content from identified documents or using unstructured information and content from documents obtained from public domains.
Statco develops services, resources and processes using today’s technology to gather and collect research information based on the researcher’s requirements. This may include reviewing hundreds of thousands of document pages in printed or electronic form from various sources identified by the researcher. At times the information research services may involve online information gathering, collection, data conversion, content compilation, data entry or data harvesting sources using search engines electronically over the Internet. This information is compiled into databases, spreadsheets and reports to assist researchers with their project data requirements.
Examples of information acquisition and conversion projects include:
These projects may have required Statco to use identified paper source documents or links to digitized documents provided by researchers. In some cases on-line research was used to locate the appropriate documents used in the information acquisition and compilation processes.
Some of the research organizations served by Statco are: University of California, University of Washington, Princeton University, University of Texas, Stanford University, Rutgers University, Arizona State University, Loma Linda University, University of Colorado, NOAA, US Forestry, Berkeley Research and Walgreens.
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