Filter Results
505286 results
This paper analyses the protocols of the Parliament of Finland 1907–2000. They have been digitised and published as open data by the Finnish Parliament in 20181. In the analysis we use a novel tool, a semantic tagger for Finnish - FiST. We describe the tagger generally and show results of seman-tic analysis both on the whole of the parliamentary corpus and on a small subset of data where everyman’s rights (a widely used right of public access to nature) have been the main topic of parliamentary discussions. Our analysis contributes to the understanding of the development of this “tradition” of public access rights, and is also the first study utilizing the Finnish semantic tagger as a tool for content analysis in digital humanities research. Keyword search shows first that that the discussion of everyman’s rights has had three different peak peri-ods in the Finnish Parliament: 1946, 1973, and 1992. Secondly, the contents of the discussions have different nature for all the periods, which could be clearly detected with FiST and keyness analysis.
Data Types:
  • Document
Manfaat pendidikan Kelompok 3 Siti Hawa, Laila Kamariah, Rizkatun Hasanah, Sohibul Kahfi, M.Fadilah, Ari Aditya Aryadi, Rizki Aulia
Data Types:
  • Document
This article discusses the main stages of the historical formation and development of religious media in Russia, as well as their modern existence. In this work, we clarify some specific features of religious periodicals in comparison with the secular print press in Russia. The fact that the church has its own media makes it more independent and independent in expressing its point of view regarding various social and political problems in modern society. It also allows the church to pursue its own policy in the most important sphere of national and religious relations, in relation to certain groups of the country's population. The discourse of the Russian Orthodox Church in the domestic media originated in the XIXth century. The current topical discourse of the Russian Orthodox Church in contemporary print and electronic Russian media is extremely important for the mentality of Russian citizens and society as a whole. This paper considers the system of Russian Orthodox media, which is part of the Russian media system.
Data Types:
  • Document
A poster promoting the IPBES Data Management Policy presented at the World Biodivereiry Forum 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. The Multidisciplinary Expert Panel and the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), at their 13th meeting in January 2020, has approved the IPBES data management policy. This is an important step for IPBES to further improve the accessibility of its products and the transparency of the underlying procedures. The IPBES data management policy is based on the principles of Open Science and FAIR data. It provides a framework to make the products (e.g. statements, maps, and tables) traceable from the original data layers, through the processing steps, and up to the final status in the product. The IPBES data management policy also provides guidelines on long-term repositories, metadata, and file formats. Management, handling, and delivery of the materials from the indigenous people and local communities are also covered by the policy. The IPBES data management policy will pave the road towards reproducible assessments over time and scalable at the national or regional scale. In this contribution, we aim to inform the community with the highlights of the policy and to present an outlook of projects emerging from the implementation of the policy. Here is the link to the IPBES data management policy: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3551078
Data Types:
  • Document
A poster promoting the IPBES Data Management Policy presented at the World Biodivereiry Forum 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. The Multidisciplinary Expert Panel and the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), at their 13th meeting in January 2020, has approved the IPBES data management policy. This is an important step for IPBES to further improve the accessibility of its products and the transparency of the underlying procedures. The IPBES data management policy is based on the principles of Open Science and FAIR data. It provides a framework to make the products (e.g. statements, maps, and tables) traceable from the original data layers, through the processing steps, and up to the final status in the product. The IPBES data management policy also provides guidelines on long-term repositories, metadata, and file formats. Management, handling, and delivery of the materials from the indigenous people and local communities are also covered by the policy. The IPBES data management policy will pave the road towards reproducible assessments over time and scalable at the national or regional scale. In this contribution, we aim to inform the community with the highlights of the policy and to present an outlook of projects emerging from the implementation of the policy. Here is the link to the IPBES data management policy: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3551078
Data Types:
  • Document
A poster promoting the IPBES Data Management Policy presented at the World Biodivereiry Forum 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. The Multidisciplinary Expert Panel and the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), at their 13th meeting in January 2020, has approved the IPBES data management policy. This is an important step for IPBES to further improve the accessibility of its products and the transparency of the underlying procedures. The IPBES data management policy is based on the principles of Open Science and FAIR data. It provides a framework to make the products (e.g. statements, maps, and tables) traceable from the original data layers, through the processing steps, and up to the final status in the product. The IPBES data management policy also provides guidelines on long-term repositories, metadata, and file formats. Management, handling, and delivery of the materials from the indigenous people and local communities are also covered by the policy. The IPBES data management policy will pave the road towards reproducible assessments over time and scalable at the national or regional scale. In this contribution, we aim to inform the community with the highlights of the policy and to present an outlook of projects emerging from the implementation of the policy. Here is the link to the IPBES data management policy: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3551078
Data Types:
  • Document
A poster promoting the IPBES Data Management Policy presented at the World Biodivereiry Forum 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. The Multidisciplinary Expert Panel and the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), at their 13th meeting in January 2020, has approved the IPBES data management policy. This is an important step for IPBES to further improve the accessibility of its products and the transparency of the underlying procedures. The IPBES data management policy is based on the principles of Open Science and FAIR data. It provides a framework to make the products (e.g. statements, maps, and tables) traceable from the original data layers, through the processing steps, and up to the final status in the product. The IPBES data management policy also provides guidelines on long-term repositories, metadata, and file formats. Management, handling, and delivery of the materials from the indigenous people and local communities are also covered by the policy. The IPBES data management policy will pave the road towards reproducible assessments over time and scalable at the national or regional scale. In this contribution, we aim to inform the community with the highlights of the policy and to present an outlook of projects emerging from the implementation of the policy. Here is the link to the IPBES data management policy: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3551078
Data Types:
  • Document
La clarification de l’impact économique de la RSE a toujours été une préoccupation majeure dans le champ d’étude sur les relations entre l’entreprise et la société. Ainsi, plusieurs travaux se sont focalisés sur la nature des interactions entre la capacité des entreprises à atteindre un niveau de RSE élevé et leur performance financière en étudiant le lien entre, d’une part, la performance sociale (ou sociétale) de l’entreprise (PSE) et, d’autre part, sa performance financière (PF). Ces interactions ont été étudiées principalement au travers de trois niveaux d’analyse que nous allons présenter successivement : un niveau théorique visant à éclairer les mécanismes explicatifs des relations entre ces variables, un niveau empirique visant à clarifier la nature de l’interaction entre les mesures de ces concepts et en s’appuyant sur des méthodes statistiques, et enfin un niveau plus pragmatique et managérial, visant à déterminer pourquoi la PSE et la PF peuvent converger, construisant un business case de la RSE.
Data Types:
  • Document
To adress questions about the future of biodiversity, it is essential to use a wide range of data from different sources. This is only possible, if the relevant datasets can be found, accessed, and understood through the metadata accompanying them. To promote this essential open data culture, the FAIR data principle was launched (https://www.force11.org/group/fairgroup/fairprinciples), which is gaining traktion throughout the scientific community. With this increasing need and use for FAIR data, metadata, and it's quality, plays an ever increasing role. Nevertheless, providing metadata is not easily accomplished. One of the reasons for this is the cumbersome way of entering metadata in formats or webforms needed by repositories. Also, there is little or no quality control. Finally, the metadata schemes used by the repositories are either restricted to bibliometric metadata (e.g. DataCite) or are using metadata schemes which have to cover a vast diversity of different data (e.g. EML or Darwin Core). I will present an approach which uses domain specific metadata schemes to overcome these problems, by developing these schemes together with scientists of their domain. It can be employed without detailed technical knowledge, e.g. using spreadsheets and a web browser. This will help researchers recognise the value of metadata for their own research and sharing. The provided validation tool increases quality of metadata.
Data Types:
  • Document
Finite element analysis, Data analytics, Open-Source
Data Types:
  • Software/Code