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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.

"las cenas, las fiestas, el turismo, la cabalga es muy difícil que vayan a ocurrir. Es un pensamiento peligroso pq si se rebajara muchísimo la curva hasta 100/100.000 casos, se daría el peligro de normalizar la situación como si el virus ya no circulara" eldiario.es/sociedad/expertos-

I am a happy user, but I have finally started to learn Here I make my first comparison between and while testing reticulate package to combine both in same document: carloscamara.es/en/blog/2020/0

Dear @ZENODO_ORG@twitter.com

I love your project but it only lacks a public profile page. Has there been any progress in this long awaited feature?

github.com/zenodo/zenodo/issue

Dear @ZENODO_ORG@twitter.com
I love your project but it only lacks a public profile page. Has there been any progress in this long awaited feature?
github.com/zenodo/zenodo/issue

Can someone recommend me a good introduction to social analysis networks? I'd like to understand its main units of measure so I can better interpret graphs

COVID has given us plenty of examples of 1) areas with less resources and precarious jobs were an important contagion focus, and 2) people who have lost everything due to losing their jobs/sources of incomes. Probably a could help to tackle both problems at a time

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While doing so, often most vulnerable collectives (workers, migrants, dependent women...) are often confronted with the perverse dilemma of choosing between keeping their jobs while risking their health or vice-versa. amp.theguardian.com/us-news/20

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On the other hand, an might be key to face pandemic, with plenty of examples where decisions are taken according to economical motivations that have nothing to do with health criteria and what should be done to mitigate their effects and prevent new waves

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This experiment where money was given unconditionally to homeless is very similar to those explained by @rcbregman@twitter.com in Utopia for Realists. And so are their positive results. This is one of the main reasons for Universal Basic Income proponents
cbc.ca/news/canada/british-col

Plausible: Self-Hosted #Google Analytics alternative

Plausible #Analytics is a 100% open source web analytics tool. Our mission is to reduce corporate surveillance by making a useful and privacy-friendly website analytics tool that doesn’t come from the adtech world

plausible.io/self-hosted-web-a

Great work from @frod_san@twitter.com sharing these comprehensive set of steps to make scientific research reproducible. A must have!

RT @frod_san@twitter.com

I'm talking about 'How to write reproducible manuscripts' @LatinR_Conf@twitter.com @ReproHack@twitter.com this Thurs eventbrite.com.ar/e/reprohack- (in Spanish)

Draft slides here: github.com/Pakillo/writing-rep. What am I missing? Feedback welcome

🐦🔗: twitter.com/frod_san/status/13

Thanks @_laura_acosta@twitter.com for introducing me this valuable resource. Hopefully this will help me to improve my English pronunciation!

RT @LanguageCrawler@twitter.com

YouGlish searches through YouTube videos for pronunciation of a particular word or phrase in your target language and sets up a playlist cued up to the right spot -- so you can hear it over and over by different speakers! (select language at bottom) youglish.com/french

🐦🔗: twitter.com/LanguageCrawler/st

RT @Active_ATA@twitter.com

Announcement: Today we launch draft Road Collision Reporting Guidelines for media, with input from national roads policing, legal and academic experts, road safety groups, the @NUJofficial@twitter.com ethics council and others. Find out more and get involved: rc-rg.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Active_ATA/status/

RT @mattdray@twitter.com

🗺️🤖I wrote the Twitter bot @londonmapbot@twitter.com
using , {rtweet} for , and Mapbox. It posts satellite images of random coordinates.
📝Blog post: rostrum.blog/2020/09/21/london
❓Quiz: identify the location in the attached image.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/mattdray/status/13

RT @minebocek@twitter.com

This week on the @RStudioEDU@twitter.com blog: Teaching the in 2020, focusing on introducing the ecosystem to new useRs and recent advances. 1st post is up!

✅ Getting started: education.rstudio.com/blog/202
◽️ Data visualization
◽️ Data wrangling and tidying
◽️ When to purrr?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/minebocek/status/1

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