Aug 11, 2020

Web-based analytics methods and tools surveyed and specified for CS Track

A team of CS Track researchers led by Ulrich Hoppe from RIAS have finalised one of the first public deliverables of the project, the Specification of Web-based Analytics Methods and Tools (D3.1). In this deliverable, they describe the CS Track approach in terms of the selection and description of pertinent information mining and network analysis methods and their relevance in the citizen science context. This work is at the heart of the CS Track project mission of investigating citizen science projects and activities by focusing on underlying types of participation, collaboration and knowledge creation. Once this deliverable is accepted by the European Commission it will be published here on our website.

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