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Scientific Method - Research, Science, Psychology. SocialNetworkingForScientists - General. PNNL: IN-SPIRE™ - Home. Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Incentive Program. Centrality. Definition and characterization of centrality indices[edit] Centrality indices are answers to the question "What characterizes an important vertex?


" The answer is given in terms of a real-valued function on the vertices of a graph, where the values produced are expected to provide a ranking which identifies the most important nodes.[2][3] Private email to my angel list syndicates. Dear Syndicates, Wanted to give you a quick update on our syndicate, what we’ve learned and where we are headed. 1.

private email to my angel list syndicates

Our syndicate is now $1.18m with 318 approved backers (you are one!). 2. We are hiring for, and my portfolio companies. If you're a winner please email and tell me why. Disruptive Technology Map - The Rubicon Agency. Business Model Canvas. Business Model Canvas: nine business model building blocks, Osterwalder, Pigneur & al. 2010 The Business Model Canvas is a strategic management and lean startup template for developing new or documenting existing business models.[1][2] It is a visual chart with elements describing a firm's or product's value proposition, infrastructure, customers, and finances.[3] It assists firms in aligning their activities by illustrating potential trade-offs.

Business Model Canvas

The Business Model Canvas was initially proposed by Alexander Osterwalder[4] based on his earlier work on Business Model Ontology.[5] Since the release of Osterwalder's work in 2008, new canvases for specific niches have appeared, such as the Lean Canvas.[6] Description[edit] Formal descriptions of the business become the building blocks for its activities. InfrastructureKey Activities: The most important activities in executing a company's value proposition. Application[edit] Alternative forms[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] 10 Science YouTube Channels You Can't Miss.

Science is a huge topic that includes a broad range of different subjects.

10 Science YouTube Channels You Can't Miss

From explaining how simple everyday things work, to exploring the hidden world of subatomic particles, from conducting experiments to prove or disprove theories, to exploring space. All of these are fields of interest that reside under the general banner of science. The word “science” essentially means “knowledge,” and it’s this quest for learning and understanding that has driven mankind to the height of its power. The Web offers ample opportunity to disperse that knowledge to greater numbers of people, and YouTube has many great science channels. Listed below are 10 of the best Youtube science videos that we feel you shouldn’t miss. How I Got 6.2 Million Pageviews and 144,920 Followers — STARTUPS + WANDERLUST + LIFE HACKING — Medium. Let’s start with the soft stuff before getting a bit more technical: → Part 1 — Preparing for the storm ← Writing is only part of the story.

How I Got 6.2 Million Pageviews and 144,920 Followers — STARTUPS + WANDERLUST + LIFE HACKING — Medium

How to Use Medium: The Complete Guide for Marketers. Imagine starting a blog with zero overhead.

How to Use Medium: The Complete Guide for Marketers

Imagine having a place online to write your thoughts, tips, and learnings and share with a built-in audience and an immediate potential for viral traffic. Imagine a really great writing app. Startup Valuation Calculator. Contact Us Now for a Free Assessment Wondering what your Pre-Money Value will be if a VC ever puts a term sheet on the table?

Startup Valuation Calculator

Valuing a startup is intrinsically different from valuing established companies. How many startups are created in the US and worldwide each year? Making “Freemium” Work. Over the past decade “freemium”—a combination of “free” and “premium”—has become the dominant business model among internet start-ups and smartphone app developers.

Making “Freemium” Work

Users get basic features at no cost and can access richer functionality for a subscription fee. If you’ve networked on LinkedIn, shared files through Dropbox, watched TV shows through Hulu, or searched for a mate on Match, you’ve experienced the model firsthand. It works for B2B companies as well—examples include Box, Splunk, and Yammer. Several factors contribute to the appeal of a freemium strategy. Because free features are a potent marketing tool, the model allows a new venture to scale up and attract a user base without expending resources on costly ad campaigns or a traditional sales force. Product Hunt. Discover and get early access to tomorrow's startups - BetaList. Sign In. Grants, contributions and financial assistance. Paid Social Media - The Complete Guide To Building Your Blog Audience. The Complete Guide To Building Your Blog Audience Written by Neil Patel & Aaron Agius Chapter Six In the first chapter we talked about ways you can use paid social media to build your social communities and followings.

Paid Social Media - The Complete Guide To Building Your Blog Audience

In this chapter we’re going to share key strategies you can use to grow your traffic by marketing your blog posts through paid social media. Paid is an option many don’t consider when it comes to marketing blog posts. In the following sections were going to share one specific strategy you can use with each of the following social media advertising programs to promote your blog posts. Taiga. Startup Stash - Curated resources and tools for startups. Made on Coboat / Coboat / Home / jovoto. Nomad List — The Best Cities to Live and Work Remotely.

Eigenfactor: Maps of Science. Click on any of the maps to load a high-resolution (vector-based) PDF file.

Eigenfactor: Maps of Science

The sciences and social sciences, 2004 Svensk (Swedish) version Orange circles represent fields, with larger, darker circles indicating larger field size as measured by Eigenfactor® score. Blue arrows represent citation flow between fields. An arrow from field A to field B indicates citation traffic from A to B, with larger, darker arrows indicating higher citation volume. The map was creating using our information flow method for mapping large networks. Our map browser allows you to explore this map dynamically in greater detail. The social sciences, 2004 This map of the social sciences was creating using the same methods describe above on the set of social science journals listed in the Journal Citation Reports.

Computer science, 2011 We created this map by clustering 1.7 million articles in the field of computer science, using the map equation approach to analyze data from Microsoft Academic Search.