Today Tony Hirst posted Data Shaping in Google Refine – Generating New Rows from Multiple Values in a Single Column. Coincidently I faced a similar problem today working with a Google Spreadsheet so thought I’d share my solution.
Here's some posts which have caught my attention this month: Cultivating Change in the Academy: 50+ Stories from the Digital Frontlines at the University of Minnesota in 2012 – July […]
What is the difference between a map and a compass? he [Ade Oshineye] asked. His answer: people have too much faith in maps, which are, in the end, just someone […]
In this post I highlight some of the new features of NodeXL’s Twitter Search tools that make it a useful tool for community/resource detection and analysis
Notes from final bunch of session I want to talk about from Google I/O on Google Apps Script. It includes NoSQL databases, HTML/Content publishing, Managed Libraries and Chrome app publishing
Jorum has a Dashboard Beta (for exposing usage and other stats about OER in Jorum) up for the community to have a play with: we would like to get your feedback! Here are two possible usecases I can think of, what do you think?
Notes on my first play with Carrot2 Workbench (a search term clustering/analysis/visualisation tool). In this example reformat tweets from #or2012 using Google Refine into a Carrot2 XML format. Still loads to learn about C2 so if you have any pointers I’d be very grateful
A look at the Google+ Hangout API which enables you to to create you own in-hangout applications and alternative solutions using widgets and 3rd party APIs
More notes from Google I/O 2012 from an introductory session on Google+. As well as finding a better starting point for Google+ buttons/badges the session was an opportunity to meet +Ade Oshineye and hear about Google +1 Recommendations