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I am new at this instance: I'm an architect and PhD on social sciences who studies the commodifications between , and in the context of the Urban Studies and I am now pursuing a more data-scientist approach. I've been using for some years and I am now starting with

I'm looking for people with similar research interests or who can help me improving my skills.

Thanks @cxli for kindly introducing me to this nice ritual.

That would be super useful for time-consuming operations or API limited calls, like

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question: Is there any way to run a code only if data has changed?
Technically it would require to see if data has changed and if so, run the code, but I am wondering if there's an straightforward solution

Hello, users! Do you know any package for ? I found this one github.com/statistiekcbs/scrol but hasn't been update for two years now

RT @gboeing@twitter.com

At long last, OSMnx v1.0 has been released! geoffboeing.com/2021/01/osmnx-

It's faster, more powerful, and easier to use. Want to analyze street networks anywhere in the world? Want to download *any* geospatial data from OpenStreetMap as a GeoDataFrame?

Here's a short update thread.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/gboeing/status/134

RT @darribas@twitter.com

Wrapping up the term means new iteration of the GDS course. This time it's a biggie! Videos, new content, and new backend. All for the same right price (£0) and just as open (entirely). Geographic 🌍📊💻 in 🐍 for the masses 👭👬👫🥷🧜‍♀️ darribas.org/gds_course/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/darribas/status/13

RT @KDNyhan@twitter.com

@rmounce@twitter.com @adam42smith@twitter.com @unpaywall@twitter.com @ZENODO_ORG@twitter.com shareyourpaper.org/ will put it on Zenodo for you with all the appropriate metadata, and any embargo required by the journal policy. All you need is the doi and the accepted manuscript. Super easy.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/KDNyhan/status/134

Love it! Great work!

RT @cyclestreets@twitter.com

On Christmas Day we quietly slipped out a public beta of our new mobile website.

Our leading cycle routing, Photomap, POIs, data layers for campaigning, etc., in a modern mobile-friendly website interface, with full 3D terrain display.

m.cyclestreets.net/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/cyclestreets/statu

RT @DavidZumbach@twitter.com

Don't trust choropleth maps. Evidence from Switzerland! 😉
 
Shout-outs to @thomasp85@twitter.com for {transformr}/{particles}, @hadleywickham@twitter.com et al. for {ggplot2}/{dplyr}, @edzerpebesma@twitter.com for {sf}, @politan_ch@twitter.com for {swissdd} and @hrbrmstr@twitter.com for {hrbrthemes}.
 
➡️ github.com/zumbov2/votemapswit

🐦🔗: twitter.com/DavidZumbach/statu

RT @Paula_Moraga_@twitter.com

Excited to announce rspatialdata: & packages to download & visualize spatial data 🌍

👉 rspatialdata.github.io/

Currently examples on:
🗺️ Administrative boundaries
🏠 @openstreetmap@twitter.com
🦟 @MalariaAtlas@twitter.com data

Working w the awesome @dilinieeee@twitter.com & @uv_varsha@twitter.com! 🤩

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Paula_Moraga_/stat

RT @ProfArmani@twitter.com

To everyone posting about h indices & citations, just remember:
1) people cite their friends
2) minorities are cited at lower rates
3) authors are pressured by reviewers into adding refs

So, a high h index doesn't equal scientific merit. #AcademicChatter #foodforthought

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ProfArmani/status/

So wrong... This is why we need slow-science.org/ or @DORAssessment@twitter.com

RT @GrarKnal@twitter.com

Received today. If this is normal in academia, it shouldn't be. @CientificoenEsp@twitter.com @AcademicsSay@twitter.com

Dear Dr. Canal,
On 23 December 2020 we invited you to review the following paper for XXX:
(...)
We would be pleased if you could review this manuscript within the next 10 days.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/GrarKnal/status/13

RT @frod_san@twitter.com

Dear journals publishing Data Papers:

Please ensure referees can see the actual data behind the paper. Require data deposition *at time of submission* (private if you wish), send link to referees, make public when accepted.

Thank you

🐦🔗: twitter.com/frod_san/status/13

RT @ArqCanosa@twitter.com

Hace unos días, mi compi @GuilletheGoonie@twitter.com y yo publicamos en un artículo nuestra investigación sobre la carrera académica y su impacto en la salud de los investigadores predoctorales en arqueología. doi.org/10.5209/cmpl.72490

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ArqCanosa/status/1

RT @dataverseorg@twitter.com

@drccamara@twitter.com @shlakeuva@twitter.com @mybinderteam@twitter.com We do have a fairly active R client library, if it helps: github.com/IQSS/dataverse-clie. Feel free to try anything on demo.dataverse.org

🐦🔗: twitter.com/dataverseorg/statu

RT @DORAssessment@twitter.com

“Instead of valuing what can be measured, as we so often do now, we must find ways to measure what we deeply—and sometimes unconsciously—value.” @HuMetricsHSS@twitter.com

Read more about the transformative power of values enacted scholarship here: ow.ly/Mtne50CM1f4

🐦🔗: twitter.com/DORAssessment/stat

RT @oiioxford@twitter.com

Watch Prof @SandraWachter5@twitter.com @oiioxford@twitter.com @turinginst@twitter.com talk about what can be done to prevent biased, discriminatory, unintended, or socially undesirable effects of @EURightsAgency@twitter.com webinar tomorrow moderated by @menoorman@twitter.com 14:10 CET twitter.com/EURightsAgency/sta

🐦🔗: twitter.com/oiioxford/status/1

You can see my shared materials on @ZENODO_ORG@twitter.com here: zenodo.org/search?page=1&size= but, as you can see, I have only shared final publications, not data, nor code. I'd like to go further than that.

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Thanks to all of you who have shared your thoughts with me. Just to make it clear: I have been using @ZENODO_ORG@twitter.com for some years and I've been toying with @OSFramework@twitter.com , but I was asking more about personal experiences with them, or what makes them different for specific scenarios

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RT @drccamara@twitter.com

Question about : I know I can use @ZENODO_ORG@twitter.com @OSFramework@twitter.com @figshare@twitter.com to get a DOI and share my research, but I am not sure when/why to use each of them. Is there any scenario in which you would recommend one? What would you use to share code + data + reports?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/drccamara/status/1

Question about and research: I know I can use zenodo.org,
osf.io or figshare.com to get a DOI and share my research, but I am not sure when/why to use each of them. Is there any scenario in which you would recommend one? What would you use to share code + data + reports?

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