Sharing documents with colleagues is a fairly seamless process these days. Much more challenging is moving beyond sharing and on to real (even real-time) collaboration. If you have ever collaborated on a document or presentation you will know the problems associated with keeping track of the latest version, particularly if two (or more) people work [...]
This is a basic guide for converting an EndNote database format file to Microsoft XLS or XLSX (Excel).
Converting from EndNote to MS Excel is a far from trivial task as there is no single agreed standard database format for storing academic references. In addition, author fields can have single or multiple authors and this [...]
Today I am at the LSE Future of Academic Impact Conference.
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The main conference room is pretty full with about 350 people expected to attend. Obviously it is an issue touching the hearts of academics. There are also a number of breakout sessions. First [...]
For most academics, reference management software is an essential element of their tool kit and performs a number of important roles. When I started writing academic works, a pen and a typing service were coupled with a new technology called Post-its to create copy. How quickly things have moved on. The development of electronically searchable [...]
Happy birthday to the Murphy of Murphy’s Law. improbable.com/2018/01/10/the…
Interesting look at the data on extremist violence in the US in 2017 vs previous years. It may surprise you. What w… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
Over extension of the neuroscience label, but a nice piece nonetheless. twitter.com/stratandbiz/st…