Anyone doing in May? I was pretty exicted about it until it turned out that I was perhaps the only person who signed up. How come these events are not super popular among academics? And why aren't bigger universities hosting it? acwrimo.com/how-it-works/

Daniel Hicks (University of California, Merced): Open science can’t solve the replication crisis

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Chris Tanasescu, Nicolas Burny, Jean Vanderdonckt (UCLouvain ), Diana Inkpen, & Vaibhav Kesarwani (University of Ottawa) will now give a talk on "Closeness & betweenness centralities for multiplexes and their applications"

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@cherfeld: empirical network analysis may improve the refinement function of empirical studies in HPS

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Catherine Herfeld (University of Zurich, @cherfeld) on "What empirical network analysis could offer to research in Integrated HPS": case studies have 3 core functions in integrated HPS: 1) generating concepts, theories, claims, 2) refining & 3) justifying them

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Next up are Tabea Cornel & Brandon Heil (New College of Florida) with "Crises, causes, and cures: a digital analysis of psychology’s recent crises and the allure of Open Science"

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@RoseTrappes (Bielefeld University) in "Big data in behavioural biology": working with new type of movement data spurred completely new approaches to studying animal behavior, not free from disadvantages

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@SabinaLeonelli: there is a gap between IT solutions and scientific practice, contributing to a fragile digital landscape wrt reusability, accessibility, sustainability

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Rethinking HPS through digital studies by @SabinaLeonelli (University of Exeter): between collection and mobilization, data undergoes the process of decontextualization

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And it's already day 4 of the DS² 2021: Digital Studies of Digital Science by @pencelab. Went by so fast! Thread for today below. Full program: pencelab.be/events/ds2-2021/

Last talk of the day is by Moti Mizrahi (Florida Institute of Technology, @motimizra) & Michael Dickinson (U. Illinois): "Philosophical reasoning about science: a quantitative, digital study"

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Stefan Heßbrüggen-Walter: we distinguish at least two modes of interdisciplinarity, object-bound (shared domain) and method-bound (multiple methods) @FrueheNeuzeit

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Stefan Heßbrüggen-Walter (HSE University) & Jörg Walter (Independent Scholar) are now presenting a talk "Digital interdisciplinarity: metadata as a source for the historiography of scholarship in the Holy Roman Empire" @FrueheNeuzeit

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Sarah R. Davies (U.Vienna): presenting oneself as dissatisfied or complaining does not seem to fit into the space of , even in the midst of a crisis like the pandemic, how will it influence academia irl?

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Watch out & , you are under investigation! Sarah R. Davies (U.Vienna) in "Academic Twitter, social media practices, and the enactment of contemporary academic work": social media reflect the scientific practices in academia

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Explaining ambiguity in scientific language: towards a computational approach by Beckett Sterner and Ankush Tale (Arizona State University, @beckettws): digital science creates new context for debate on ambiguity, focus on computer-understandable terms

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Next up is Hugh Desmond (CNRS / Université Paris 1-Sorbonne) with "Academic status in a digital age: invisible barriers to Open Science"

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Susan Hunston (U. Birmingham) in Language & the Construction of Knowledge in the Scientific Community: statistically, knowledge in political sciences relies on ideas by other people, in material sciences — on ideas of one's own.

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Day 3 of the DS² 2021: Digital Studies of Digital Science organized by @pencelab starts in less than 20 mins. Thread below. Full program: pencelab.be/events/ds2-2021/

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