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Modeling Public Mood and Emotion: Twitter Sentiment and Socio-Economic Phenomena
It is speculated that large scale analyses of mood can provide a solid platform to model collective emotive trends in terms of their predictive value with regards to existing social as well as economic indicators.
How the Scientific Community Reacts to Newly Submitted Preprints: Article Downloads, Twitter Mentions, and Citations
The volume of Twitter mentions is statistically correlated with arXiv downloads and early citations just months after the publication of a preprint, with a possible bias that favors highly mentioned articles.
Moving Archival Practices Upstream: An Exploration of the Life Cycle of Ecological Sensing Data in Collaborative Field Research
Evidence from the interview study and field research yields a nine-stage life cycle of data from collaborative ecological research with embedded networked sensing technologies and the findings are the cumulative effect of decisions made at each stage of the life cycle; the balance of decision-making between scientific and technology research partners; and the loss of certain types of data that may be essential to later interpretation.
Ten Simple Rules for the Care and Feeding of Scientific Data
Galileo's work advanced the “Scientific Revolution,” and his approach to observation and analysis contributed significantly to the shaping of today's modern “scientific method”.
Drowning in data: digital library architecture to support scientific use of embedded sensor networks
It is found that scientists need continuous access to their data from the time that field experiments are designed through final analysis and publication, thus reflecting a broader notion of "digital library," and three digital library efforts currently underway are addressing these requirements.
On the relationship between the structural and socioacademic communities of a coauthorship network
How Do Astronomers Share Data? Reliability and Persistence of Datasets Linked in AAS Publications and a Qualitative Study of Data Practices among US Astronomers
An analysis of URL links embedded in papers published by the American Astronomical Society reveals that the total number of links included in the literature rose dramatically from 1997 until 2005, when it leveled off, and the uptake of that system to-date is analyzed.
Between Conjecture and Memento: Shaping A Collective Emotional Perception of the Future
The results indicate long-term optimism toward the future, but medium-term apprehension and confusion in public mood towards the future.
Know Thy Sensor: Trust, Data Quality, and Data Integrity in Scientific Digital Libraries
- J. Wallis, C. Borgman, M. Mayernik, A. Pepe, N. Ramanathan, Mark H. Hansen
- Computer ScienceECDL
- 16 September 2007
The goal of this research is to identify functional requirements for digital libraries of scientific data that will serve to bridge the gap between current technical approaches to data integrity and existing scientific practices.