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Jardinons ensemble ! How to add parameters to a URL that already contains other parameters and maybe an anchor 2e édition de l’appel-à-projets régional « Télécentres et espaces de coworking » Depuis lundi 17 décembre 2012 jusqu’au 08 mars 2013, la Région Île-de-France ouvre la seconde édition de l’appel-à-projets « Télécentres et espaces de coworking ». En 2012, la Région Île-de-France a lancé pour la première fois un appel à projets “Télécentres et espaces de coworking” dont l’objectif était d’aider au financement de nouveaux tiers lieux sur le territoire francilien pour accompagner et répondre aux différentes problématiques liées aux mutations du travail. Pour cette seconde édition de l’appel-à-projets, la Région et La Fonderie espèrent voir progresser le nombre de projets éligibles pour renforcer d’autant le maillage territorial francilien. La première édition a permis de soutenir la création de 14 lieux répartis sur le territoire francilien qui verront le jour dans les semaines à venir. Les tiers-lieux – télécentres ou espaces de coworking – offrent de vraies perspectives pour améliorer la qualité de vie des travailleurs en Île-de-France.

3d Mind Mapping, 3d Mind Maps, 3d Concept Maps : Applications This page lists a number of applications (in no particular order) to get you started using DBpedia: Faceted Browsers Faceted Wikipedia Search – allows you to explore Wikipedia via a faceted browsing interface. User Applications DayLikeToday presents facts from DBpedia scoped to a given day and presented via a timeline control is a date-based “on this day in history” style search engine of facts like births & deaths of people, events and holidays. Query Results Visualization Sgvizler – is JavaScript which renders the result of SPARQL SELECT queries into charts or HTML elements. URI Lookup Services DBpedia Lookup – find DBpedia URIs for keywords OpenLink Virtuoso built-in Faceted Browser, and Search & Find Service, on the DBpedia host instance – offers several paths of DBpedia data exploration, starting from Keyword or URI or Label Query Builders SPARQL query interfaces Browser enhancements Annotation and/or Information Extraction Natural Language Processing (NLP) Services

Scientific Collaboration Networks According to Antonio Perianes-Rodriguez and from the perspective of Library Science and Documentation, little research has yet been conducted on scientific networking and its possible uses in ascertaining the composition of research groups, the differences in associations between specialities or departments, and the different policies that may be followed in this regard, depending on the institution or the domain analyzed. Traditionally, most studies on scientific collaboration have been geared to analyzing output, be it international or domestic, of a given scientific discipline or a research institution. Studies on smaller units such as departments or research groups are however less common.

Architecture Freeplane is a Java Swing application that has two major variants: Standalone desktop application (full functionality) This is the application most people know. The distribution contains also a Portable version of the desktop application. It's just a different style of packaging the application to make it portable on USB sticks etc. but it's not another application. Browser applet (limited functionality) The desktop application architecture is based on the OSGi framework. The fact that Freeplane is build on OSGi has the following consequences: All of Freeplane's components are packaged as OSGi bundles (aka "plugins"). We use Eclipse as development enviroment with OSGi support. The browser applet does not use functionality contributed by the plug-ins. Projects All major components have their own project (toplevel directory in the version control system and an Eclipse project) and they are build into separate JARs. $ cd "/Program Files/Freeplane" $ find . Startup sequence Overview

Gallery Introduction At the beginning of the fall semester, I showed up to my Thursday night Business Law class ready to soak up all the information that was going to allow me to do well in the course. I’m a ‘laptop student’, so usually once the teacher starts talking, I’m go go go, typing away until the lecture is over. Choosing VUE So sticking to my ‘inquiring green’ personality type, I set off on a quest to find a better way to maximize my knowledge absorption from the lecture. Overcoming Linear Boundaries With VUE I was able to get more out of the lecture for some very basic reasons. Secondly, unlike most word processing programs, the non-linear setup of VUE allowed me to connect and relate concepts that may not have fallen in the same chronological point of the lecture. So is concept mapping software the saving grace for every student hoping to get the most out of a lecture? Dealing with information overload

Gephi, an open source graph visualization and manipulation software