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journal article layout is worth a million

I don’t know if it’s because I’ve just been through the book publishing process and am extra sensitive to page design, but I think the layout of my new article at Collaborative Librarianship is really nice. Take a look? Shout … Continue reading

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StatSoft Electronic Statistics Textbook

The Research Methods and Analytics group on Linkedin mentioned the free online text, StatSoft Electronic Statistics Textbook, as a good introduction to an array of stats topics. Bookmark it, it’s a good resource! There’s also a printed version, if you’re … Continue reading

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photos released under a creative commons license

i’m slowly releasing my photographs under a creative commons attribution-noncommercial-share alike 3.0 united states license. this means that you may share/remix as long as you attribute the original work to me, share the resulting remix with a similar license, and … Continue reading

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Creative Commons in flickr

when you search the image site flickr under the groups tab for ‘creative commons’ you will get a results set with a lot of group pools with a specific focus. my quick search retrieved insects in creative commons flowers in … Continue reading

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