Tag: Erevnametrics

Digital Research Literacy

Over the last couple of weeks the OneShare team has been thinking some more about the scholarly process. We began by brainstorming  about potential end game scenarios for d-Roc. If we lived in a world where everyone made research objects

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Erevnametrics: Visualizations

At the moment, all the RO builder gives as an output is RDF, which isn’t all that exciting for many people. To remedy this, several visualizations will be created, so that the users of this tool can have something to

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Erevnametrics: Research Object Builder UI 2

Now the RO builder has actually taken shape, this is a blog post to show what it looks like, and the current capabilities/limitations of the UI at present. First, a screenshot showing what the tool looks like before adding any

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Erevnametrics: Research Object Builder User Feedback

So, for the first time, I gave the RO Builder some real live testing, and here I’ll discuss some of the difficulties encountered during this. Generally the problems encountered can be divided into conceptual limitations, or bugfixes and minor features

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Erevnametrics: Research Object Builder UI

While I’ve mainly been talking about the back-end of the RO Builder, another thing that I have been doing is creating an easy to use, browser based, front end. This I am doing with html & javascript, and it links

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Erevnametrics: API Evaluation

To make the Research Object creator worthwhile, it needs to support obtaining information from a large amount of sources – the point is to aggregate all of the useful data from all these different resources, after all – and as

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Erevnametrics: RO Builder Architecture

So, when faced with the task of building the Research Object Builder, a couple of goals were expressed: It should be designed to interact with other systems as much as possible, that is, it should take in RDF from some

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Erevnametrics Internship: Overview

There’s currently a problem in the way that much research is judged almost exclusively on papers written about it – in the current day there are frequently many other different aspects to the research. The problems associated with this were

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Erevnametrics: Rating what researchers do

We recently published a paper titled “Aggregated Erevnametrics: bringing together alt-metrics through Research Objects” and everyone, to my knowledge, who has read the title asks me the same question. “What are Erevnametrics?” Erevnametrics is a compound word taken from the

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