• Design vs. Emergence: visualization of knowledge orders

    Design vs. Emergence: visualization of knowledge orders

    © Almila Akdag, Cheng Gao, Krzysztof Suchecki, Andrea Scharnhorst

  • Explore the mechanisms of map equation

    Explore the mechanisms of map equation

    © Martin Rosvall

  • Interactive interface to the DANS archive

    Interactive interface to the DANS archive

    © Olav ten Bosch

  • Mapping science history

    Historical map of research paradigms and associated scientists in sociology and complexity science

    © Brian Castellani

  • Visual exploration of the Dutch Census Data

    Visual exploration of the Dutch Census Data

    © Olav ten Bosch

  • Phylomemetic patterns in science evolution

    Phylomemetic patterns in science evolution

    © David Chavalarias, Jean-Philippe Cointet

  • Visualization of the Dutch Research Landscape

    Visualization of the Dutch Research Landscape

    © Linda Reijnhoudt, Michael J. Stamper, Katy Borner, Chris Baars, Andrea Scharnhorst

  • Visual Interactive Search Histories

    Visual Interactive Search Histories

    © Wilko van Hoek

  • Gapminder – visual analytics of statistical data

    Gapminder World Poster 2013

    Based on a free chart from www.gapminder.org

Reimbursement

Reimbursement

How to declare my costs after being invited to a TD1210 and have attended the meeting? Dear all, despite of all documentation, I get this question quite often. I tried to sketch the workflow (see figure). You have been in touch with the organizer of the meeting informally, and agreed…

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How to do a STSM?

  • 19th November 2013
  • STSM
How to do a STSM?

STSM = Short Term Scientific Missions belong to the most effective instruments in a COST Action.  (Read more, Understand the rules – see Vademecum) The STSM coordinator for TD1210 is the Chair of the Action, Andrea Scharnhorst. In case that the home institution or the host institution of a STSM…

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STSM – Visit to the HUB Institute for Library Sciences “Same data, different results” – report of Rob Koopman

STSM – Visit to the HUB Institute for Library Sciences “Same data, different results” – report of Rob Koopman

Period: 2016-04-24 to 2016-04-30 STSM Applicant: Mr Rob Koopman, OCLC EMEA BV, Leiden (NL) Host: Frank Havemann HUB The STSM of Rob Koopman was devoted to discussing the problems to define topics using bibliometrics traces. Although, this problem is by no way new there are still many competing approaches, which…

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STSM – Visualization of LOD Laundromat Data – report by Suzanne Tolmeijer

STSM – Visualization of LOD Laundromat Data – report by Suzanne Tolmeijer

STSM Report: Visualization of LOD Laundromat Data by Suzanne Tolmeijer, VU A report on STSM-TD1210 at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN Host: Dr. Katy Börner Duration: April 15-24, 2016 The Knowledge Representation research group at the VU University in Amsterdam, chaired by Frank van Harmelen, has a project about the semantic…

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STSM – Data analysis and visualization in the agricultural domain – by Aleksandra Figurek

STSM – Data analysis and visualization in the agricultural domain – by Aleksandra Figurek

STSM “Data analysis and visualization in the agricultural domain” realized on TU Vienna in the period 25.03 – 17.04.2016. First, I want to express my gratitude to Prof. Andreas Rauber (TU Vienna) and Dr Andrea Scharnhorst (Chair of the COST Action TD1210) for  possibility they gave me to  advance scientific…

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STSM Expanding the use of science maps in sociological analyses by positioning actors in knowledge landscapes (II) by Valeria Aman

STSM Expanding the use of science maps in sociological analyses by positioning actors in knowledge landscapes (II)  by Valeria Aman

Expanding the use of science maps in sociological analyses by positioning actors in knowledge landscapes   STSM of Valeria Aman (PhD student, DZHW Berlin, Germany) at INGENIO (Valencia, Spain) April 4-8, 2016   In my PhD project, I will develop and apply bibliometric methods for studying knowledge transfers effected by…

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STSM – Expanding the use of science maps in sociological analyses by positioning actors in knowledge landscapes by Jochen Gläser

STSM – Expanding the use of science maps in sociological analyses by positioning actors in knowledge landscapes by Jochen Gläser

Expanding the use of science maps in sociological analyses by positioning actors in knowledge landscapes STSM of Jochen Gläser (TU Berlin, Germany) at INGENIO (Valencia, Spain) 2016-03-30 to 2016-04-09 One of the enduring problems in research on the impact of governance on research content is the difficulty – if not…

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STSM – Algorithmic Biases and Digital Divides by Jahna Otterbacher

STSM – Algorithmic Biases and Digital Divides by Jahna Otterbacher

Algorithmic Biases and Digital Divides: STSM of Jahna Otterbacher to the University of Sheffield Dates: 2 – 8 April 2016 Host: Prof. Paul Clough, Information School, University of Sheffield, UK Modern, networked information services (e.g., search, recommendation, social media “news feeds”) make extensive use of algorithmic curation processes, designed to…

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STSM – Requirements for visualization of Citizen Science data modeled as Ontology by Stanislava Gardasevic

STSM – Requirements for visualization of Citizen Science data modeled as Ontology by Stanislava Gardasevic

                          Report of the STSM by Stanislava Gardašević at University of Malta Visit to Milena Dobreva, 2016-03-16 to 2016-03-25 University Malta One of the major roles of libraries and librarians is to offer to the public new ways to store and discover information, as nowadays this public has become very active in…

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STSM – Visualization of Library Data for the Purpose of Discovery Layer by Milan Cvetic

STSM – Visualization of Library Data for the Purpose of Discovery Layer by Milan Cvetic

Visualization of Library Data for the Purpose of Discovery Layer Report on the STSM of Milan Cvetić Visit at University of Malta, 16 to 25 March, 2016 When I think of cultural heritage, Malta and its capital city Valletta is one of the first places that come to my mind….

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After the 2016 Annual EA Conference “Innovating the Gutenberg Galaxy” – a report from Mainz

After the 2016 Annual EA Conference “Innovating the Gutenberg Galaxy” – a report from Mainz

Future of Peer Review and Open Access, Mainz A report about the “2016 Annual EA Conference: “Innovating the Gutenberg Galaxis. The role of peer review and open access in university knowledge dissemination and evaluation” By Andrea Scharnhorst Science in transition is the name of an initiative of scientists from Dutch…

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