Mirjam Cuper works as a Data scientist by the National Library of the Netherlands (KB).She has several years of experience in the area of data analysis and data science in different types of organizations. She is currently graduating for the master Business Process Management & IT at the Open University of the Netherlands with a thesis about process mining.
For her work at the KB, Mirjam is involved in various data projects. One of the main projects she is working on is the creation of a dashboard with visitor information from our webservers, based on logfile analyses. Furthermore, she is interested in digital heritage and optical character recognition (OCR) and is a member of a research group with a focus on improving OCR quality. As part of this project she is researching reliable ways to measure the OCR quality, even if ground truth is not available. In addition, she supports the researchers of the KB’s researcher-in-residence project.