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Redesigning the DOE Data Explorer to Embed Dataset Relationships at the Point of Search and to Reflect Landing Page Organization

Sara Studwell, Carly Robinson, Jannean Elliott
2017 Data Science Journal  
The benefits of their organizational efforts, however, are not realized unless the user eventually sees the landing page at the end point of their search.  ...  Organizing and reflecting relationships across data collections, datasets, publications, and other research objects are essential functionalities of the modern science environment, yet challenging to implement  ...  OSTI's goal is to make data more accessible and understandable, and to help users see contextual relationships early in the search experience.  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2017-017 fatcat:ticqk3m6hbag5ol2lckkss3fwi

Nuclear Receptor Signaling Atlas: Opening Access to the Biology of Nuclear Receptor Signaling Pathways

Lauren B. Becnel, Yolanda F. Darlington, Scott A. Ochsner, Jeremy R. Easton-Marks, Christopher M. Watkins, Apollo McOwiti, Wasula H. Kankanamge, Michael W. Wise, Michael DeHart, Ronald N. Margolis, Neil J. McKenna, Frances M Sladek
2015 PLoS ONE  
These datasets are then exposed to the scientific community on an Open Access basis through user-friendly data browsing and search interfaces.  ...  Here, we describe the redesign of the Hub, version 3.0, to deploy "Web 2.0" technologies and add richer, more diverse content.  ...  The input of our NURSA Beta Testing Group is critical to ensure that the resource is responsive to community needs and, accordingly, we thank the current group members: Drs. Ana  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0135615 pmid:26325041 pmcid:PMC4556694 fatcat:gpa2kmpdgfbzdphjtx4xnto6mq

Deliverable 4.7 Using the PID Graph: Community Workflows and Discoverability Services

Artemis Lavasa, Stephanie van de Sandt, Pamfilos Fokianos, Christine Ferguson, Henning Hermjakob, Chris Baars, Ricarda Braukmann, Tina Dohna, Uwe Schindler, Frances Madden, Vasily Bunakov, Martin Fenner
2021 Zenodo  
This is the final deliverable of Work Package 4 and as such it presents the progress and final state of the disciplinary pilot applications, and summarizes lessons learned and potential future plans for  ...  This deliverable reports on services and pilots developed by the disciplinary partners in FREYA as a way of demonstrating how the PID Graph concept can be integrated into research and community workflows  ...  For this, the sitemap and JSON-LD embedded on landing pages can be harvested to build a PID graph in a database, e.g. located at IGSN organization.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4415414 fatcat:3u2k6zugofbyldoixdvszouwmu

PARTHENOS D8.5 Third Year Communication Report, and Updated Communication Plan

Frank Uiterwaal, Petra Drenth, Stefano Sbarbati, Sheena Bassett, Claus Spiecker
2018 Zenodo  
This deliverable presents the work of PARTHENOS WP8 "Communication, dissemination and outreach" during the second year of the project (May 2017-April 2018).  ...  The present deliverable evaluates project's communication activities up until the end of year two, and proposes a plan of action for year three.  ...  Figure 14: Organic search queries The average session duration and average pages per session ratio prove that the site performs generally well in terms of user retention.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2668343 fatcat:f2imiwm7i5cb5etvjkhoc352ti

Global-Scale Resource Survey and Performance Monitoring of Public OGC Web Map Services

Zhipeng Gui, Jun Cao, Xiaojing Liu, Xiaoqiang Cheng, Huayi Wu
2016 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
We discuss the major reasons for request errors and performance issues, as well as the relationship between service response times and the spatiotemporal distribution of client monitoring sites.  ...  This paper will help service providers, end users and developers of standards to grasp the status of global WMS resources, as well as to understand the adoption status of OGC standards.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi5060088 fatcat:jprl4largzeafgyp4lsaz3aaly

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Junjie Zhang, Christian Seifert, Jack W. Stokes, Wenke Lee
2011 Proceedings of the 20th international conference on World wide web - WWW '11  
Attackers sometimes use a malware distribution network (MDN) to manage a large number of malicious webpages, exploits, and malware executables.  ...  Instead of depending on the malicious content used by previous methods, our algorithm first identifies and then leverages the URLs of the MDN's central servers, where a central server is a common server  ...  For example, the detector may present an unpatched version of Internet Explorer, but the malicious landing page may target a FireFox vulnerability.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1963405.1963435 dblp:conf/www/ZhangSSL11 fatcat:rpbsvtsmf5aazakfq5wjwofbae

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1998 Cartographic Perspectives  
Sense-making permits map users to present their point of view providing a method to go beyond the experts' traditional semiotic interpretations.  ...  Then a traditional semiotic analysis is conducted on the same data done by experts who describe and express out of their personal expertise and intuitive insights the meaning of signs contained in the  ...  The best-known qualitative data software, NUD*IST, imposes a hierarchical organization on data and analysis. ATLAS I ti employs a hypertext model for data organization and exploration.  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp31.838 fatcat:f35szseb25cxpnm6ckb56iuv3m

Legal Design Perspectives. Theoretical and Practical Insights from the Field [article]

Rossana Ducato, Alain Strowel
2021 Zenodo  
This book intends to contribute to the study and advancement of Legal Design by presenting different voices and perspectives from scholars and practitioners active in this field.  ...  The contributions provide the readers with the state of the art of Legal Design and a prospective outline of its future development.  ...  USER RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES IN LEGAL DESIGN PROJECTS: LESSONS FROM PRACTICE Joaquin Santuber and Lina Krawietz  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5710845 fatcat:7lylx2dv6zh4hpw2gmpjowo37q

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2001 Cartographic Perspectives  
read the chapters of interest there, and the rest of us should await a more exhaustive and comprehensive compendium on this subject in the years to come.  ...  From a cartographic point of view it is necessary to look at the implications of the use of animated maps."  ...  Users will be able to combine data from The National Map with geographic information available from other organizations, such as cadastral information from the Bureau of Land Management and socioeconomic  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp39.712 fatcat:d5jocqhb4nbglp5aqgjwxjfzse

E-Products for Academic Libraries: 2014 Buying Guide

S. Bjorner
2014 ChoiceReviews  
This typically does not provide a good representation of the building) • Image should be 300 dpi or better at 8.5"x11" For more information or to submit images, please contact:  ...  category headings on the right panel. headings proceed from General through humanities, SciTech, and Social and Behavioral Science categories, to many of Choice's useful interdisciplinary topics, to a  ...  Three different APis provide access to different datasets: one for indicators (or time series data), one for Projects (or data on the World Bank's operations), and one for the World Bank financial data  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51.12.2115 fatcat:teuorlotvzh6xjmgj6mvgb6tjy

Matching Startup Founders to Investors: a Tool and a Study [article]

Yasyf Mohamedali
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The goal of this tool is to increase efficiency and equitability, while collecting data to inform further studies.  ...  Finally, we explore the communication data contributed to the tool by founders who are actively fundraising, and use it to learn which social attributes are most beneficial for individuals to possess when  ...  This presents a risk to the founder, and is mitigated by embedding a request-specific key in the meta tags of each page.  ... 
arXiv:1806.03241v1 fatcat:4rbzw4nrrbcwdaew3urmmrcfym

Complete Issue - Vol 78, No 1 (2020)

North Carolina Libraries
2020 North Carolina Libraries  
Cemeteries are inherently visual and physical places, and search results should reflect this through the use of photographs, maps, and visual aids.  ...  Our differing methodologies are a reflection of our vantage points (public services and technical services) within the library profession.  ...  At the end of her work the author encourages paralinguists to explore nonverbal communication among the Spanish and English settlers.  ... 
doi:10.3776/ncl.v78i1.5381 fatcat:zhrnf57e3ratpmplmrcrvajt7e

Cartographic Design as Visual Storytelling: Synthesis and Review of Map-Based Narratives, Genres, and Tropes

Robert E. Roth
2020 The Cartographic Journal  
I then offer three of potentially many ways to articulate and organize the design space for mapbased visual storytelling: foundational narrative elements and their adaptation to geographic phenomena and  ...  I argue that visual storytelling offers an entry point for hybridization in cartography, uniting technology with praxis, product with process, and design with critique while opening rich new avenues for  ...  Acknowledgments I wish to thank Meghan Kelly for providing feedback on a draft of this article and the anonymous reviewers for their useful input.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00087041.2019.1633103 fatcat:43h3vwagazd5vkpg2ydq5akhwy

Many-Objective Optimization of a Hybrid Car Controller [chapter]

Tobias Rodemann, Kaname Narukawa, Michael Fischer, Mohammed Awada
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Using a special tree-based data structure named KD-Tree to divide the search space, all explored areas can be separated from unexplored areas.  ...  to solving dynamic optimisation problems This paper studies the idea of separating the explored and unexplored regions in the search space to improve change detection and optima tracking.  ...  datasets and must also react in real-time to changes in the data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-16549-3_48 fatcat:yvlv6xnggnf3jn7vdnnwih6chy

Populist Placemaking: Spatial Regulating to Advance Open Government-Citizen Discourse

Michael N. Widener
2017 Social Science Research Network  
The point that takes the longest time to reflect the signal registers as the lowest point in the surveyed area, while the shortest time indicates the highest point.  ...  These devices can and should publicly visualize patterns of change, identify commonly understood land use problems for resolution, and display the relationships of data sets to upcoming planning , 255  ...  consequential, fine-grained knowledge of place into city land use policy and to temper the designs of private developers," promises improved site-specific future land use planning decisions, irrespective  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3087689 fatcat:l4lcjzhwuja33pqz3tt5uvdy5a
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