Want to learn how to explore and validate simulation models? Apply to the eXModelo summer school, 25-29th May 2020! https://t.co/ulPbLG9136
Learn how to extract knowledge from simulation models using the open source platform @OpenMOLE @CNRS #OpenScience #AcademicChatter #phdlife

In this months's Digital History Reflections @dtu_dhh, PhD researcher Thomas Durlacher thinks about the relationship between traditional narratives and the narrative functions of social networks https://t.co/49uKRsNYHt #digitalhistoryreflection #philosophy #c2dh_lu

"Signals and noise: extracting patterns of cultural expressions from digitized sources" By @melvinwevers at the @C2DH_LU #digiturn

We proudly announce the kick-off of a new blog post series "Digital Tool Criticsm" @dtu_dhh. The introductory essay is by Vincent Koenig, Human-Computer-Interaction https://t.co/y0BZbWNdH1 #toolcriticism #HCI #digitalhumanities

Why the Creator of Disco Elysium Hasn’t Read the Reviews, and What’s Next for the IP https://t.co/fdB97kzEwF #AdamPoots #ArkhamHorror

Isabelle Thomas discussing impact of data science to quantitative geography and need for redifining meanings of models and theory #ECTQG2019 #Keynote @dtu_dhh #spiralout

Current weather in France and the public discourse on climate change reminds me of a very good and classic sci-fi (for that time). Must watch today https://t.co/9q62ZiBnME

16. Libraries remain the only place where you can spend hours in a publicly-accessible building without being expected to spend money. Parents come to entertain their children for free on wet days. People in poverty come for a warm place to sit. Libraries are a haven.

Call for papers. European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography in Luxembourg. S08. SPATIAL COMPUTATION IN ARCHEOLOGY AND HISTORY. #ECTQG2019 https://t.co/0nRbaeQTCx

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