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Todd Suomela

Ways to Compute Topics over Time, Part 1 · from data to scholarship

"This the first in a series of posts which constitute a “lit review” of sorts to document the range of methods scholars are using to compute the distribution of topics over time."

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All the fake data that's fit to print

charlatan is an R package for simulating / creating fake data

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Educopia

"With others, you can accomplish what you cannot accomplish alone
This simple principle underlies the work of the Educopia Institute, a non-profit serving as a catalyst for collaboration among cultural, scientific, and scholarly institutions."

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Americans Divided on Whether Recent Science Protests Will Benefit Scientists’ Causes | Pew Research Center

"More Democrats and younger adults believe the science marches in April will lead to public support for science; Republicans and older adults tend to disagree"

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  • Whether or not the March will have impact on public support for science is now left up to what we do with the energy of the crowds we turned out. To be successful we will need to get people involved in every aspect of the movement. We will need scientists to speak out in their local communities to explain the importance of their research. We will need supporters to attend local school board meetings and ensure the next generation receives a science-based education. We will need everyone to go to their local, state, and national legislators and demand evidence-based policy. Some of us may even need to leave the lab and run for office.
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