Ideas tagged with information

Piracy and (Digital) Economy - Beneficial side-effects of outlawed acts and black market economies for societies.

There are various pointers in recent research that suggest that product piracy as a means of distribution is a mayor factor in not only innovation but also education and economic advancement. Independent studies also show positive effects for the establishment of the class of goods that have be...

By Gernot Hausar

“WORKPLACE” as a subject in British Journals in 2020

The data for this study is limited to British journals and the research focus is on the main points regarding the subject of “workplace” during 2020. This study is based on two main research questions: 1. Did Covid-19 become a regular topic regarding “workplace” issues each month in British...

By FATMA GUNERI

Florilege: a mapping method and memory aid for mass collaboration and information overload management

Florilege is a mind-mapping method adapted to endeavors involving multiple minds or lines of thought. Florilege maps introduce the dimension of time to register open, iterative, sometimes errant, thought processes. Like traditional florilegia and commonplace books, Florilege maps support individ...

By Perig Gouanvic

String notation for capturing the entire experimental processes of chemistry

A string notation which is inspired by [SMILES](http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ci00057a005) notation in chemistry can be devised for capturing entire chemistry experimental and methodological sequences and processes. Laboratory experimental procedures are often described as flowcharts, whic...

By Matthew MacLennan

A VISUAL EXPERIMENT ON POLICY DATA DURING COVID-19

A text mining study has been realised on a sample policy « Income support to quarantined workers who cannot work from home » published by OECD on 24 july 2020, in the dataset « Policy responses to the Covid-19 crisis ». Policy texts have been analysed and descriptive word frequency resolutions ...

By FATMA GUNERI