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Politics, Social Media Technicity and Digital Methods


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As Universidades Portuguesas no Facebook

António Granado and I presented our ongoing work about digital methods for institutional communication and science communication at SciCom PT 2017 – Museu da Ciência da Universidade de Coimbra, Continue reading “As Universidades Portuguesas no Facebook”

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First steps with R

This is the result of a short experiment with R. The presentation was produced by myself, Camila Wohlmuth, Carla Nave and Gonçalo Barbosa. We attended the course Introduction to Digital Humanities (with Daniel Carter as instructor) at Digital Media Summer Institute, in Porto, Portugal.  Continue reading “First steps with R”

Instagram Data Analysis: the pros and cons of co-tag network and key actors.

A wide variety of approaches or ways of seeing social media data have been undertaken, the question is whether they are technically adequate or a simple depiction of what you get. Continue reading “Instagram Data Analysis: the pros and cons of co-tag network and key actors.”

The Data Journalism Debate

I am pleased to announce the first data sprint organised by SMART* under the theme Continue reading “The Data Journalism Debate”

Potential scenarios for API research

The technological glue of the web (application programming interfaces) has not only Continue reading “Potential scenarios for API research”


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Facebook Page Like Network: using attributes and metrics.

Continue reading “Facebook Page Like Network: using attributes and metrics.”

Social Media Technicity: What to Look for in the APIs?

I presented this poster Omena (2016). POSTER – Social media technicity – what to

Continue reading “Social Media Technicity: What to Look for in the APIs?”

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