This month #digitalreflection @dtu_dhh @KaarelSikk explains how to publish your data and code alongside your research with the help of @ZENODO_ORG and reflects why this is good for the humanities #reproducibility #humanities @C2DH_LU
https://t.co/dBJA07fcvf

LISER is recruiting a Research Assistant to be part of a team led by @sofie_waltl performing quantitative research on housing markets and the behavior of home-owners in #Luxembourg. Learn more & apply online ➡️ https://t.co/1gYVLup9rg #EconJobs #AcademicTwitter

https://t.co/nCiPrJIABO out: The Journal of Historical Network Research Vol 4 (2020): The Ties that Bind. Ancient Politics and Network Research

New trending programming language: COBOL ! https://t.co/HHWlRJdraE

Find a little interview with DTU researcher @SamMersch. He talks about his interrupted research trip to Kiel and his project on Luxembourgish toponomy @dtu_dhh https://t.co/rN7Ti7gqbq #Luxembourgish #linguistic #onomastics #GISmapping @C2DH_LU

Some exciting #spacearchaeology by radioamateurs finding still functioning ancient satellites. https://t.co/kK95R48Qnk

https://t.co/a0z9eyoMyT For historians #datahoarders can be a special kind of #crowdsourcing soon #digitalhistory

https://t.co/RGOMjGyKb8 Historical perspective of important questions regarding #ToiletPaperPanic

"Our working hypothesis is that crises are manifestations of dynamics in all adaptive systems linked to the constant & spontaneous increase of the system’s complexity or internal information."

SFI's @migfreb on using social media data to detect #crisis:
https://t.co/ImyP0GFRjz

Excellent overview of the #coronavirus and related statistics including good discussions on virus mutatiotions, possible interventions and other very relevant topics for the close future.
https://t.co/rPQwFimlS0

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