Risk Controversies visualized Last Update: Oct. 5th 2011 New brochure (german version) available online. Download PDF (2MB) The aim of the reseach project is to develop an internet based visualisation of risk related controversies as argumentation maps on the basis of two exemplary case studies: dietary supplements and nanoscale particles. The Calendar & the Cloister: Oxford - St. John's College MS 17 Site Map and Navigation Enlarge Image Help Home The Manuscript Background Essays The Project Search Home Help Description View Manuscript Codicology Glossary Bibliography Biographical Register Related Manuscripts
All of our data journalism in one spreadsheet Data journalism and visualisation from the Guardian Illustration: Lisa Villani for the Guardian Today we have a list of all the data journalism produced here on the Guardian datablog. You can see what's been popular and get easy access to the data we have curated as this list shows each datablog post's associated spreadsheets, authors, the number of comments and retweets. By sorting the blog posts by the number of retweets, we can see that Iraq War Logs formed the base of our most retweeted post, followed by a recent post from David McCandless on fish stocks. Sorting by comments shows that the Fukushima nuclear power plant updates were the subject of the greatest discussion, closely followed by Every Doctor Who villain since 1963.
Introducing the YouTube Data Tools When it comes to social media, YouTube is maybe the most understudied platform considering it’s enormous popularity in the context of popular culture, politics, and commerce. As part of a long term project on APIs from a software/platform studies perspective, but also in relation to the technical fieldwork required for data-driven empirical work, I have been testing the interfaces of quite a number of services now. To make this investigation productive beyond conceptual reflection, I’ve been building digital methods research tools for every system I look at. Nothing beats getting your hands dirty. Since Google closed its search API some years ago, I haven’t really had a look at their services, but when a student of mine, Anouk Brouwer, started a thesis project on the booktube community on YouTube, I was not only fascinated by the booktube phenomenon and similar practices, but eager to revisit some older scripts and the new Data API v3 to see what kind of analyses would be possible.
AboutMacospol < MappingControversies.net Democracy is the possibility to disagree. Equipment for mapping and interpreting controversies. MACOSPOL (Mapping Controversies on Science for Politics) is a joint research enterprise that gathers scholars in science, technology and society across Europe. Its goal is to devise a collaborative platform to help students, professionals and citizens in mapping out scientific and technical controversies. Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts Collection: Ms. Codex 1056 - Catholic Church - [Book of hours : use of Rouen] Ms. codex. Title supplied by cataloger. Collation: Parchment, fol. i (parchment) + 120 + i (parchment); 1¹² 2⁹ (+ 1, f. 13, before 1) 3³ 4-8⁸ 9² 10-15⁸ 16⁶. Layout: Written in 16 long lines; frame-ruled in red ink; prickings in outer margin of some leaves.
Software Genomic rearrangements can cause disease and are implicated in many cancers. Being able to see the patterns in these changes across samples and patients is important. In the review article End-joining, Translocations and Cancer, Bunting and Nussenzweig demonstrate how compositing the genome circularly adds value and clarity to the presentation. Bunting SF, Nussenzweig A 2013 End-joining, translocations and cancer Nat Rev Cancer
Twitter Search, Monitoring, & Analytics With iOS 9, Search lets you look for content from the web, your contacts, apps, nearby places, and more. Powered by Siri, Search offers suggestions and updates results as you type. There are two ways to use Search on your iOS device.
The Blueprint of WE What Is the Blueprint of We? (formerly named the State of Grace Document) Sustainable Collaboration A collaboration process used to build and sustain healthier, more resilient business and personal relationships, making your day-to-day interactions effortless and your time together creative and productive. Beyond self awareness, our world now demands Collaborative Awareness; how can we do this fast-paced dance without stepping on each other’s toes?
Medieval and Modern Manuscripts in the Digital Age (MMSDA) We are very pleased to announce the fifth year of this course, now expanded and funded by the Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (DiXiT), and run by DiXiT in collaboration with the Institute of English Studies (London), King’s College London, the University of Cambridge, and the Warburg Institute. For the first time, the course will run in two parallel strands: one on medieval and the other on modern manuscripts. The course is an intensive training programme on the analysis, description and editing of manuscripts to be held jointly in Cambridge and London.
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Digital editions of medieval texts: Opportunities and challenges I gave a CAMPS Lab on 23 September 2011 with the title above. I’ve been involved in producing websites and multimedia now since 1997, when I started working as a copy-editor on Microsoft’s Encarta Encyclopedia (in the days when the online Brittanica was our biggest rival, and well before Wikipedia was heard of).