Bryce explained the situation to me gently and with compassion. The internet wasn’t the problem. I had simply broken R’s little brain. Continue reading Week 7: The School of Hard Knocks
I can feel the springs and gears winding down… Continue reading Week 6: At the end of the day…
And we have arrived at The Great Reveal. The Really Cool Thing. The reason why network analysis is more than just an exercise in descriptive statistics, otherwise known as making pretty pictures. Network analysis is useful Continue reading Week 5: The Really Cool Thing
[W]e can ask how we might define scientific disciplines not through shared concepts, theories, and ideas, but rather through shared work on particular types of data: data that were collected about the same things, in the same way, at the same location, or at the same time. Continue reading Week 4: Comes the Inquisitor
Network visualizations make visible the otherwise invisible connections among researchers. Quantitative analysis… helps us understand the underlying complexity of those interactions. Continue reading Week 3: The Art and Science of the Arctic Data Center Network
…[Some] nodes are what network nerds call “hubs.” They connect groups with each other, and are very important to the overall connectivity of the network. They might be people whose work crosses disciplines, or people who have connections in several labs. But without them, the network starts splitting apart. Continue reading Week 2: Visualizing the DataONE Network, Arctic Data Center Repository
“The best ideas rarely arise in one isolated mind, but rather develop in networks of curious and creative thinkers.” -Esther Perel Continue reading Week 1: All the world is a network
We are excited to begin work with our 2019 cohort of summer interns across a range of projects. Information about the projects can be found on our internship description page. Our interns will start recording their activities, experiences and results in this space later this month.