Are you a software engineer or researcher working with COVID data? I’m running a study about data sharing during pandemics and I’m looking for people who can share info about restrictive data sources and data access challenges.
Pls boost to help reach others! https://covid19-data-sharing-study.github.io
Data types I am especially interested in: Data that have no strong ethical reasons to keep private, such as virus omics data and infection/death/recovery rates by geographic region.
Reading a report where the data vis is so complex it actively hinders comprehension and wishing / hoping the data are in a table format somewhere nearby. There's a legend for the complicated visualisations, but it's so complicated it takes up a whole page and therefore can't be viewed at the same time as the visualisation that you need the legend for 🤣
I just wanna give a shout out to meld, an incredible tool for exploring diffs and reconciling changes between files or entire directories. Been using it for what feels like my entire life and it's just *so* helpful: https://meldmerge.org/
New journal! CFP
We invite brief essays that consider what agendas should drive Rhetoric, Politics, & Culture. In what ways can the journal function as a corrective to hegemonic intellectual norms? How can it disrupt other professional practices that trade in the marginalization of oppressed communities in higher education? What responsibilities does the journal have toward its various publics and communities--specifically communities that are historically and 1/
Is your software / script-based research Wellcome Trust funded? They're looking for GitHub links and/or research software paper links - please share!
(Two notes - this is a 🐦 birdsite tweet link, and also my new employer 🎉)
I like vegetables and open science
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