Website Organization

Hello World! After receiving very valuable and useful feedback on the submission tutorial, most of this week was spent focusing on website organization, structure, and stylization. These are really important concepts when it comes to creating a successful website. It plays into the amount of traffic your website gets, and Continue reading Website Organization

Week 7 SQL Database creation

Happy 4th of July, everyone Main tasks for me in this week is to build an SQLite for future analysis, dive deeper and try to figure out how Galaxy Group collect information and added tags, additionally, continue reading the papers related to “provenance”, “reproducibility” and “workflow” in the corpus. Where Continue reading Week 7 SQL Database creation

Sending the Tutorial out for Feedback and Communications

Hello, World! This week I dove into a different page on DataONE’s website, called the “landing page”. It’s called this because it is the first page you arrive at when you are looking through DataONE’s repository for educational materials. This page has two main purposes: It’s a directory for all Continue reading Sending the Tutorial out for Feedback and Communications

Week 7: Network Analysis and Web Mentions

Greetings! This week I dug a bit deeper into the citation data, created some additional visuals, and looked into some tools to scrape mentions of DataONE on the web. (I refer a lot to “citing” and “cited” articles in this post so here’s a clarification: citing = all articles that Continue reading Week 7: Network Analysis and Web Mentions

Week 6 – Galaxy Zotero Analysis

Hello Guys, This week is full of programming. Through the analysis process, several interesting points comes out. Tag Analysis Column “tags” is a highly interesting part for us because it contains keywords related to provenance research, for example, “reproducibility”. The objective of this project is to find out the current Continue reading Week 6 – Galaxy Zotero Analysis

Getting the Tutorial Ready for Feedback

Hello World! For project 1, this week involved a lot of further self-editing and reworking of the tutorial before it is sent out for users to test out and give feedback on. The tutorial is available now on my GitHub repository for testing! Some of the main changes I made Continue reading Getting the Tutorial Ready for Feedback