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Useful Research Tools

Writing a paper can be both joy and pain as the writing and editing sessions oscillate between a flow of excellent sentences conveying the propositional content in a clear and gracious way, and word-by-word slow typing sentences which does not feel elegant nor correct nor clear. The tools I have found, and today deeply appreciate, […]

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Open Data Phenomenon Trend Literature

On Tuesday it is just one month until the master thesis is to be handed in, hence the next weeks will be spent in front of the keyboard writing down findings from literature and interviews, editing the text, making connections and hopefully complete a text that can convey something interesting about what I perceive as […]

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Data.govs

Last week Prime Minister David Cameron announced that more governmental information produced by the UK public sector should be opened to the public. This will according to the Guardian make the UK data.gov.uk repository the largest in the world, exceeding the US data.gov and equivalent in other countries. I decided two months ago to have […]

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The Writing Epiphany

I’ve been back in Edinburgh for over a week since my little trip to Norway, and as an epiphany the sudden realization of how much I have to write until mid-August. I’ve picked up many interesting points the last week from doing experiments with Open Data, and visualizations learned from the book Visualizing Data by […]

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Master thesis

I’m now finished with two semesters coursework for my masters, and the thesis is left to write before I hopefully will be entitled to receive my masters degree. I have learned much from the two previous semesters, and hope to learn even more from the process leading up to my dissertation is printed and handed […]