Is your software open or fauxpen?

  Is your software project open or “fauxpen”? Are there barriers in place preventing external developers from contributing? Barriers to commercial uptake? Barriers to understanding how the software or the project itself works? These are the kind of questions that … Continue reading

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Data Visualisation Talks

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3-month report: September to November 2014

Highlights  As part of the DiXiT project our ER, Magdalena Turska, has been working with the TEI Consortium’s Mellon-funded TEI Simple project. Her work has involved the migration of the reference corpora into the TEI Simple tagset as well as prototyping an implementation of the … Continue reading

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Where do Oxford researchers manage the source code for their software?

I’ve been taking a look around lately at the various places where researchers are keeping the source code for their software. Its not an exhaustive survey by any means (though maybe we should do one of those), but it seems … Continue reading

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