I’ve written a very long blog post which I’ll publish soon on text-mining public JISCMail (Listerv) lists using OpenRefine. It concludes with displaying list activity, posts over time and individual […]
At IWMW12 I made a searchable/filterable version of TAGS Spreadsheets. This feature lets you use the Google Visualisation API to filter tweets stored in a Google Spreadsheet (more about TAGS). […]
It’s here folks. The most advanced aggregation and visualisation of tweets for the JISC Innovating e-Learning 2012 online conference taking place next week. Over two years ago I started developing […]
A look at comment data around #cfhe12 with half an eye on cMOOC infrastructure to reliably collect comment data (my conclusion is to pull data from a blogs general comment feed and post process)
Twitter hasn’t completely abolished 3rd party clients just yet. The text is the red circle is generated from the details a users/company submits when they create an application that uses […]
Here's some posts which have caught my attention this month: Finding Knowledge – Linking Open Educational Resources | Nominet Trust – October 24, 2012 Eventbrite Releases its Second Social Commerce […]
Taking an ego-centric approach to Twitter contributions to CFHE12 looking at how activity data can be extracted and used
In this post I work through some exercises in using the importHTML, importFeed, importXML, importRange and importData formula available in Google Sheets/Spreadsheet. As part of this I show how you can reshape data to make your own charts.
You’ve created a resource and released it into the wild under a licence that permits reuse/remix. Does the file format you’ve used allow easy editing? Is the format you’ve used going to be around much longer? Should OER file formats be tomorrow’s problem?
Some outlines of how I would design a cMOOC participant registraation system to capture student blogs.