Last week Martin Hadley attended the 11th International Digital Curation Conference in Amsterdam which this year focused on “visible data, invisible infrastructure” to present on the ACIT team’s work on supporting researchers in creating interactive visualisations through the Live Data Project. In our paper … Continue reading
A course in the IT Learning Programme at the University of Oxford in Hilary Term 2016 will explore how we can use online language datasets to explore language, history and culture. This course is the latest stage in the evolution … Continue reading
The first Live Data Network event was hosted by the OeRC on Monday 16th November with presentations from nine researchers from across the University and introduced by Professor of Visualisation, Min Chen. An enthusiastic audience of 27 brought the room over capacity, … Continue reading
In just less than a fortnight we’re hosting the first termly meeting for researchers interested in interactively visualising their data to meet and discuss ideas; everyone (undergraduate, postgraduate, research fellow and academic staff) is invited to attend. Date: Monday 16th … Continue reading
On Monday and Tuesday of this week (12th-13th January) I attended the Force2015 conference on research communications and e-scholarship. The conference was the successor to two US-based events entitled ‘Beyond the PDF’ – but happily for me, Force2015 was handily … Continue reading
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In November we asked Alison Brindle to include the following in her division newsletter: Ken Kahn and Howard Noble, who work for the Research Support team of Academic IT, a group within IT services, would like to offer their services to … Continue reading
Ken Kahn’s report on a selection of the presentations at the Digital Research Conference: Citizen Science and Crowd-sourcing Biological Data — Developed a phone app that greatly improved previous citizen science projects that relied upon email with photo attachments. Most examples … Continue reading