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The Critical Visualization network proposes to critically explore the foundations, practices, and impacts of visualization, as much from a technological perspective as from a cognitive point of view
Pip Willcox's talk as part of NUI Galway's Moore Institute series of Digital Scholarship Seminars took inspiration from Oxford's celebrations of Lovelace's 200th birthday last year
‘Quantified Self’ approach to teaching using Fitbits will be used on Continuing Education Department’s Applied Data Science evening course starting April 2017
Series of presentations will showcase new scientific findings and impact across the NIH BD2K, highlighting breadth of activities from molecules to populations
Developers converge for two-day hack to deploy, test and validate workflows to support processes for metabolomics signal processing
New book applies Information Theory to field of visual analysis, which is constantly developing to meet present-day ‘data deluge’
Insurance correspondent Oliver Ralph talked to both victims of flooding and experts in climate science, insurance, building and mapping
Following its successful first year, the Research Software Developers Network is asking for feedback on its activities so that it can continue to develop and grow, and meet the needs of its members.
NAFEMS’ Guide to High-Fidelity CFD for Industry event also included speakers from Dyson, EDF Energy and Jaguar Land Rover
Centre's Professor of Language Modelling spoke on modelling the spread of arbitrary innovations in language at the Symposium at Oxford University’s Taylor Institution on Thursday 17 November

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