Avointa dataa tutkimukseen Avoin Suomi 2014 -messuilla

Categories: research
Olen tänään ja huomenna (15.-16.9) pitämässä Open Knowledge Suomen avoimen tieteen työryhmän ständilla Avoin Suomi 2014 -messuilla demoamassa sitä kuinka tehokkaita avoimet analyysimenetelmät ovat yhdessä avoimen (tutkimus)datan kanssa ja millainen potentiaali niillä on tieteen, tutkimuksen ja opetuksen suhteen. Kokeile demoa täällä: Eurooppalaisten asenteista, elinoloista ja avoimesta datasta

Commuting by bicycle in Moscow

Categories: personal
Once a day throughout the year you can take a direct train from Helsinki railway station to Moscow. A week ago I stepped into the train once again, but this time with bicycle. Early spring had cleared the streets and forecast proposed excellent cycling conditions. I was attending a week long seminar at the Higher School of Economics, and I was lucky to have nice 10k commute from Leninsky prospekt metro to Myasnitskaya street along the Moscow river and through Red Square.

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My text ‘Open research methods in computational social sciences and humanities: introducing R’ published at digihist.se

Categories: research
I wrote a brief introduction for open research methods for digihist.se - Historia i en digital värld that is a project by two historians, Jessica Parland-von Essen and Kenneth Nyberg, to come up with textbook in Digital Humanities in Swedish. You read and comment the text here: Fördjupning: Open research methods in computational social sciences and humanities: introducing R.