HORG: Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group
The Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group has taken on the mantle of classifying this most common, yet most puzzling, member of phylum Plasticae.
a research project which aims to understand how people make sense of big data visualisations. We aim to share what we learn about the ways in which people engage with data visualisations with the general public, to help them develop the skills they need to interact with visualisations, and with visualisation producers, to help them understand what matters to the people who view and engage with their visualisations.
A conference celebrating the failures & frustrations of archival research
via robertogreco except through pinboard which is one of my favorite blogs Iafter [this is aaronland] and that i am usually bad at crediting (rgreco) because tabs with things to think about stay around for months.
which starts off badly by demanding java. boo, canada, boo.
wiki of papers related to crowdsourcing, microtasking, data mining, machine learning and natural language processing as they relate to humanitarian computing/response
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