As a result of the project, the following two tools have been developed:
SiSOB workbench: This is an analysis tool that has been designed as a knowledge worker’s workbench. Its user interface allows the user to combine different components for data conversion, analysis and visual representation. More information.
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SiSOB data extractor: This system can be used for information crawling and extraction. It can be feed with either bibliographic data sources, such as Scopus or Web of Knowledge, or crawling information directly from the web through search engines. Its main goal is to extract curricular items from a set of researchers from their full names and expertise area. More information.
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SISOB Visualization Tool:
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The project LeMo (monitoring of learning processes on personalizing and non-personalizing learning management systems) aims to develop a prototype of a web based Learning Analytics application, which provides detailed information on user navigational patterns within learning management systems and identifies needs for enhancement and revision of the learning offer. Target groups are content-provider, teacher and researcher. The prototype will support personalizing learning management systems that require a login for access as well as online encyclopedias that are non-personalizing, where neither login nor registration is needed to access content. In this project three Berlin universities cooperate with four partners in the elearning sector.
This tool opens or create a Macromedia Flash shared object file (.sol) displays the content of the file and allow you to change the values.. A flash hacking alternative to variable editing and cheat engine, you can change values saved by the game in a “.sol” file. You will find the .SOL files in x:Documents and Settings[account-name]Application DataMacromediaFlash Player#SharedObjects followed by the name of the website. If the game was running from your computer, the .SOL will be in the “localhost” folder. Replace ‘x’ with your main drive, the one with your OS, and the account-name with the currently logged in user.
at is Greenshot? : Greenshot is a light-weight screenshot software tool for Windows with the following key features: - Quickly create screenshots of a selected region, window or fullscreen; you can even capture complete (scrolling) web pages from Internet Explorer. Easily annotate, highlight or obfuscate parts of the screenshot. Export the screenshot in various ways: save to file, send to printer, copy to clipboard, attach to e-mail, send Office programs or upload to photo sites like Flickr or Picasa, and others.
Project management with collaborators,
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The Open Science Framework (OSF) supports the entire research lifecycle: planning, execution, reporting, archiving, and discovery.
Scrivener is a powerful content-generation tool for writers that allows you to concentrate on composing and structuring long and difficult documents. While it gives you complete control of the formatting, its focus is on helping you get to the end of that awkward first draft.
PicPick is an all-in-one program that provides a full-featured screen capture tool, an intuitive image editor, a color picker, a color palette, a pixel- ruler, a protractor, a crosshair and even a whiteboard.
Sehr praktisch: There are plenty of ways to save an article for later reading. Read it Later and Instapaper are just two of them. ToRead is a little bit different, though; it's a bookmarklet that sends a cached version of a Web page (or just the text of an article) straight to your inbox with one click, so you can read it later. (tags: software tool)
Substance is a fully web-based document authoring and publishing platform. With Substance, writers, journalists, scientists and everyone else who's interested in publishing can use an open platform for writing and sharing articles.
Michael Winikoff. Multi-Agent Programming: Languages, Platforms and Applications, volume 15 of Multiagent Systems, Artificial Societies, and Simulated Organizations, chapter 7, Springer, New York, NY, (2005)