180 Works

Therapeutic Management, Delivery, and Postpartum Risk Assessment and Screening in Gestational Diabetes

MD Wanda K. Nicholson

Treatment of Primary and Secondary Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Treatments for Ankyloglossia and Ankyloglossia with Concomitant Lip-tie

Annette Williams

Treatments for Fibromyalgia in Adult Subgroups

Ph.D. Mary L. Forte

Data Services Products: EARS EarthScope Automated Receiver Survey

Data Services Products: The IRIS DMC Noise Toolkit

Data Services Products: SeisSound The Audio/Video Seismic Waveform Visualization

Data Services Products: Global Empirical Greens Tensors

Data Services Products: Film Chip, The USGS WWFC Pilot Scanning Project

Grenzen und Möglichkeiten der Digital Humanities.

Constanze Baum, Thomas Stäcker &
Sonderband der Zeistchrift für digitale Geisteswissenschaften

Software Carpentry: Version Control With Git

Aron Ahmadia, James Allen, Pete Bachant, Piotr Banaszkiewicz, Pauline Barmby, Trevor Bekolay, John Blischak, Jon Borrelli, Andy Boughton, Amy Brown, Abigail Cabunoc, Jane Charlesworth, Daniel Chen, Ruth Collings, Matt Davis, Rémi Emonet, Emmanouil Farsarakis, Konrad Förstner, Ivan Gonzalez, Nicholas Hannah, Michael Hansen, Konrad Hinsen, Daisie Huang, Christian Jacobs, Dorota Jarecka … & Greg Wilson
A half-day introduction to version control with Git and GitHub for researchers, developed and maintained by the Software Carpentry team.

Software Carpentry: Version Control With Mercurial

James Allen, Piotr Banaszkiewicz, Pauline Barmby, Trevor Bekolay, John Blischak, Andy Boughton, Amy Brown, Abigail Cabunoc, John D. Corless, Catherine Devlin, Rémi Emonet, Sean Farley, Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso, Ryan Hagenson, Michael Hansen, W. Trevor King, Doug Latornell, Francois Michonneau, Bill Mills, Aaron O'Leary, Jeramia Ory, Jon Pipitone, Timothée Poisot, Raniere Silva & Greg Wilson
A half-day introduction to version control with Mercurial for researchers, developed and maintained by the Software Carpentry team.

Information Management For Researchers - Good Practice Guides (Oxford)

James Wilson
Research information management guides Authors: Sudamih Project, Oxford University Computing Services
Created: 1 January 2011, by Sudamih Project, Oxford University Computing Services The Research Information Management Guides are a series of articles covering a range of topics relating to the management of material used in the course of a research project. They include tips for good practice, and details of useful software tools. Areas covered include: organising research material; bibliographic software; note taking; working...

Data Management For Geoinformatics

John Murtagh
Data management for geoinformatics Authors: John Murtagh
Created: 1 May 2013, by John Murtagh A short course in aspects of data management for geoinformatics, aimed at postgraduate students dealing with data that has a geospatial element. The four modules (data collection, integration, management and sharing) are suitable as classroom presentations or for individual learning. Published: 1 April 2014, by University of East London Keywords: RDM, research data management, geography, geoinformatics Licence: Attribution 4.0 International

Managing Creative Arts Research Data Post Graduate Module (Bristol/Dcc)

Paul Clarke, Sarah Jones & Stephen Gray
Managing Creative Arts Research Data post graduate module Authors: Paul Clarke, Sarah Jones, Stephen Gray
Created: 1 February 2011, by Paul Clarke, Sarah Jones, Stephen Gray This post-graduate teaching module for creative arts disciplines is focused on making digital output which is highly usable and has maximum impact. The content is well suited for inclusion within MA programmes dealing with ephemeral art forms such as dance, music, visual art, theatre or media design. Content...

Pythonadvancedprogrammingtopics: Initial Release

Learning by annotated examples. Thanks to Derek Banas and Trevor Payne.

Software Carpentry: Data Management In The Ocean, Weather And Climate Sciences

James Allen, Piotr Banaszkiewicz, Trevor Bekolay, John Blischak, Andy Boughton, Rémi Emonet, Nicolas Fauchereau, Michael Hansen, Damien Irving, W. Trevor King, Abigail Cabunoc Mayes, Francois Michonneau, Bill Mills, Aaron O'Leary, Jon Pipitone, Timothée Poisot & Greg Wilson
A 1.5 hour introduction to data management in the ocean, weather and climate sciences developed and maintained by Damien Irving. It is intended that for appropriate audiences, this lesson can be used at the end of a typical Software Carpentry workshop that teaches programming using Python. The latest version of the lesson can be viewed online at http://damienirving.github.io/capstone-oceanography/.

RSS feeds - archaeology

RSS feeds worden gebruikt om telkens op de hoogte te zijn van het laatste nieuws over een specifiek onderwerp. DANS biedt RSS feeds aan over de onlangs gedeponeerde archeologische datasets in EASY, een onderzoeksthema of, op verzoek, de datasets van een specifieke archeologische organisatie/bedrijf/gemeente/provincie.

The Benefits Of Sharing Creative Arts Research Data - Short Video

Stephen Gray, Sarah Jones & Laura Molloy
The benefits of sharing research data Authors: Stephen Gray
Created: 1 February 2011, by Stephen Gray In this short (50-second) video, Stephen Gray of Project CAiRO (Curating Artistic Research Output) discusses the benefits of sharing data with particular reference to practitioners and researchers within the live and performing arts. More about the CAiRO project at http://www.projectcairo.org/. Created by JISC Incremental project at University of Cambridge and University of Glasgow. Published: 4 July 2013, by...

Software Carpentry: Programming With Python

Joshua Adelman, James Allen, Jessica Hamrick, Sung Bae, Piotr Banaszkiewicz, Pauline Barmby, Ewan Barr, Trevor Bekolay, John Blischak, Maxime Boissonneault, Azalee Bostroem, Andy Boughton, Amy Brown, Kyler Brown, Abigail Cabunoc, Peter Cock, Marianne Corvellec, Thomas Coudrat, Raffaella Demichelis, Gabriel A. Devenyi, David Dotson, Laurent Duchesne, Rémi Emonet, Ivan Gonzalez, Sam Hames … & Andrea Zonca
A half-day introduction to programming with Python for researchers, developed and maintained by the Software Carpentry team.

Forestinventorydata: First Release

Marco Aurelio González Tagle
The first release of this version of script for analysing forest inventory data using R

Case Study of a Hybrid-Format College Course

Steven J Luck

Kilos and Pesos. Interactions between fisheries catch and market value

Catalina López-Sagástegui Andrew F Johnson

Mapeando la producción de sonido de curvina golfina en sitios de agregaciones

Juan José Cota Nieto Timothy J. Rowell

Entendiendo el florecimiento de medusas de 2012 en El Golfo de Santa Clara

Catalina López-Sagástegui Alfredo Girón-Nava

Registration Year

  • 2015
    180

Resource Types

  • Interactive Resource
    180