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Tutoriels Animé : l'informatique accessible à tous ! New Ipad, what apps to put on it? Pages: < 1 2 3 4 5 6 > Posted by DataMillDec 12, 2012 at 01:37 PM Outline+ is compatible with OneNote. It can sync notebooks stored in Dropbox. It’s a bit pricey, though. Posted by jamesoffordDec 12, 2012 at 01:39 PM Okay, I’ll answer my own question-Onenote for iOS is not worthwhile. So, back to the list that I had put together and that people have been posting here. Jim Posted by Stephen ZeoliDec 12, 2012 at 02:44 PM You might take a look at MagicalPad, which allows you to click anywhere in a workspace and start writing notes. It costs $4.99—sort of on the cusp of cheap enough to buy on spec to try out. Steve Z. Posted by MadaboutDanaDec 12, 2012 at 02:57 PM OneNote on iPad is pretty good, actually. OneNote+ is very good indeed, but has a couple of weaknesses: it doesn’t support checkbox lists (unlike Microsoft’s client), and although it allows you to type anywhere on the page, it doesn’t support outlines either (indented lists yes, actual folding outlines no).

CDRH Articles and Resources | Best Practices Recommendations for Digital Humanities Projects The Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (CDRH) recommends that digital research projects be based on international standards. Standards-based projects stand a greater chance of interoperating with similar sites, and are more likely to migrate successfully into new computing environments as file formats and standards change. A common early phase of digital research may involve building a Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) prototype to serve as an illustration or proof of concept. XML is an internationally adopted encoding standard that describes data. Another advantage of XML is that it facilitates the separation of content from design. If XML is beyond the reach of a small project, the Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) may be an appropriate interim solution. TIFF and JPEG image file formats are advantageous in that they are not proprietary and are widely supported in many applications. Overviews of basic principles.

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Guida EndNote Web Università degli Studi di Pavia. Sistema bibliotecario d'Ateneo. Tel. 0382.98.6923 Indice 1. 1.1 Cos'è EndNote Web1.2 Creare un proprio profilo2. 1. 1.1 Cos'è EndNote Web EndNote Web è un programma che permette di gestire bibliografie personali importando fino a 10.000 citazioni bibliografiche dai risultati delle ricerche effettuate nelle basi dati e nei cataloghi on-line. 1.2 Creare un proprio profilo L'accesso a EndNote Web è disponibile all'indirizzo oppure dalla base dati Web of Knowledge (WOK), attraverso il bottone in alto My EndNote Web. [Indice] 2. 2.1 Importare citazioni da WOK Effettuata una ricerca su Web of knowledge (WOK) o Web of science (WOS), è possibile selezionare i risultati di proprio interesse e cliccare sul bottone Save to EndNote Web. Se è già stato effettuato l'accesso a EndNote Web le citazioni vengono inviate direttamente, altrimenti il programma chiede di autenticarsi per poter effettuare l'operazione. 2.2 Organizzare le citazioni importate 3.

2012 [fr] Le texte numérique : enjeux herméneutiques[en] Digital text: hermeneutic issues Jean Guy Meunier, Université du Québec à Montréal [fr] Reconstruire ce qui manque – ou le déconstruire ? Approches numériques des sources historiques[en] Rebuilding what is missing – or deconstructing it? Digital approaches to historical sources Anne Baillot, Le Mans Université [fr] Potentialités et difficultés d’un projet en humanités numériques (DH) : confrontation aux outils et réorientations de recherche[en] Potentialities and difficulties of a digital humanities (DH) project: confrontation with tools and reorientations of research Christelle Cocco, Université de Lausanne; Grégory Dessart, Université de Lausanne; Olga Serbaeva, Universités de Lausanne et de Zürich; Pierre-Yves Brandt, Université de Lausanne; Dominique Vinck, Université de Lausanne; Frédéric Darbellay, Université de Genève Ioana Galleron, University of Grenoble; Fatiha Idmhand, Université de Poitiers; Cécile Meynard, University of Angers

dekeOnline BayesiaLab 5.1: Analytics, Data Mining, Modeling and Simulation BayesiaLab raises the benchmark in the field of analytics and data mining. The improvements range from small practical features to entirely new visualization techniques that can transform your understanding of complex problems. Bayesia starts off 2013 with countless innovations in the newly-released BayesiaLab 5.1. Here is a small selection of the features that have been introduced in version 5.1: A Comprehensive Mapping Tool offering an entirely new way to visualize and analyze networks Occurrence Analysis for diagnosing sparse conditional probability tables Binary Clustering and Multiple Clustering to create latent variables with logical expressions Enhanced Resource Allocation Optimization and Target Optimization Design of Experiments Tool for generating questionnaires A new Radial Layout, plus the world's first Distance Mapping layout based on Mutual Information Box Plots for analyzing the distributions of numerical variables

Your Paintings Tagger 500 tutoriels pour GIMP en français ATTENTION: cet article est ancien, certains liens sont morts, mais il est compliqué de tout vérifier: si vous ne trouvez pas le tutoriel que vous cherchez, indiquez-le dans les commentaires et les liens correspondants seront mis à jour, ou de nouveaux tutoriels seront mis en ligne. Vous aimeriez peut-être retoucher vos photos de vacances pour mettre un gros soleil au lieu d'un ciel pluvieux ou des palmiers sur la plage de Dunkerque ? Vous aimeriez bien faire du graphisme de temps en temps ? Vous feriez vous-mêmes vos cartes de voeux et vos invitations de mariage si vous pouviez... Mais vous ne savez pas le faire. Et vous ne savez pas utiliser Photoshop, c'est trop compliqué y'a des boutons partout, puis ca coute 1000 dollars, et vous ne voulez pas le cracker parce que vous respectez le droit des auteurs programmeurs. Gimp c'est quoi ? Mais bien sûr, ce beau rêve ne s'atteint pas en claquant des doigts. Tout d'abord, il faut télécharger The Gimp et l'installer.