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Encounters with Self-Monitoring Data on ICT Use

-Gartland, B. & Neff, G. (2015). Communication, mediation, and the expectations of data: Data valences across health and wellness communities. International Journal of Communication , 9: 1466-1484. Kennedy, H. & Hill, L. R. (2017). The feeling of numbers: Emotions in everyday engagements with data and their visualisation. Sociology , 1-19, pre-publication. Kennedy, H., Hill, R. L., Allen, W. & Kirk, A. (2016). Engaging with (big) data visualizations: Factors that affect engagement and resulting new definitions of effectiveness. First Monday , 21

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Exploring Journalism and Computer Science Student Collaboration
A Norwegian case study

York: ACM. Pulimood S. M. Pearson K. & Bates D. C. 2016 A study on the impact of multidisciplinary collaboration on computational thinking SIGSCE‘16: Proceedings of the 47th ACM technical symposium on computing science education 30 35 New York ACM Reese, S. D. (2016). The new geography of journalism research. Digital Journalism 4(7): 816–826. 10.1080/21670811.2016.1152903 Reese S. D. 2016 The new geography of journalism research Digital Journalism 4 7 816 826 Weber, W. & Rall, H. (2012). Data visualization in online

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Viable, Sustainable or Resilient?
Understanding the hyperlocal business ecosystem

, developed Leeds Data Mill in partnership with Leeds City Council with a potential licence revenue model to form a hub for an open data culture in the city. Users could create data visualisations built from council data. A further approach was affiliate marketing. Other publishers Within the ecosystem, hyperlocals shared resources “to take the pressure off”. For example, e52 produced a monthly newspaper for their 150 subscribers, also distributed by the local tourism board, boosting advertiser appeal. Mars Actu , Angers Mag , 321an and Ditiswijk occasionally

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The development of a new method of idiographic measurement for dynamic assessment intervention

methods for the diagnosis of intellectual level of abnormal persons in institutions and elementary schools]. Année Psychologique, 11, 245-336. Bronfenbrenner, U. (1979). The ecology of human development: Experiments by nature and design. Cambridge, MA.: Harvard University Press. Bruner, J. S. (1960). The process of education. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press. Buja, A, Swayne, D., Littman, M.L. Dean, N., & Hoffamnn, H. (2008) Interactive data visualization with multidimensional scaling. Journal of Computational and

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Regional Co-Operation and Economic Prosperity in South Asia: Challenges of Unfair Trade and Transboundary Deadlock


Subject and purpose of work: The study attempts to examine the trade unfairness and transboundary bottlenecks between Bangladesh and India with a view to prosper a balanced trade and sustained water cooperation.

Materials and methods: The study is based on secondary data and statistical information. Mixed research methods such as qualitative, quantitative and data visualization techniques are adopted in this study to assess the political economy of river basin management, loss and damage assessment and trade situation assessment.

Results: Due to upstream intervention, the North-Western region of Bangladesh has lost 4254218 metric tons of rice production during 2006-2014 cropping years which value is $1036 million. During the same period, the trade deficit of Bangladesh stood at $5.58 billion with India due to the diverse tariff and non-tariff barriers which triggers tension between this close neighbor.

Conclusions: The trade and water co-operation should be extended among the South Asian countries including India and Bangladesh without delay to obtain the maximum benefit and economic prosperity.

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Visualization of Categorical Data Using Extracat Package in R

and Statistics , Proceedings of the 13 th Symposium on the Interface, 268-273, Springer-Verlag, New York. Inselberg A. 2009, Parallel Coordinates, Springer-Verlag, New York. Kosara R., Bendix F., Hauser H., 2005, Parallel sets: Interactive exploration and visual analysis of categorical data , Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions, 12 (4), pp. 558-568. Meyer D., Zeileis A., Hornik K., 2006, The strucplot framework: visualizing multi-way contingency tables with vcd , Journal of Statistical Software, 17(3), pp. 1

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Self-acclaimed Religious terrorism, Refugee crisis, and the Plight of Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria

(pp.83-104). Enugu: University of Nigeria, Press, Ltd. Olajide, Adelana.(2016). Investigation: How Nigerian women and children fare in IDP camps (Part 1). Retrieved from Open Data and Data Visualization Training in Africa, Orodata, (2015). Group accuses IDP officials of selling children for up to N100,000. Retrieved from Over 60,000 Nigerian

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Territorial Division and Income Affluence – Analysis Using Two-Level Logit Models

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Think big: learning contexts, algorithms and data science

ISTAT. Retrieved from De Mauro, A. & Greco, M. & Grimaldi, M. (2015). What is big data? A consensual definition and a review of key research topics, AIP Conference Proceedings, 1644, 97-104. DeLillo, D. (2003). Cosmopolis: A novel. New York: Scribner. Elliott M. (2013). Big learning data. Alexandria, VA: ASTD Press. Frické, M. (2009). The knowledge pyramid: a critique of the DIKW

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