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  1. Last 7 days
    1. already depositing the ref-erence lists of their publications at Crossref,

      This was for them to be able to use CrossRef's CitedBy service

    2. recently released NIH Open Citation Collection,

      It may be worth it programming a bot that brings this information to wikidata

    1. university rankings

      It would be nice to study this to compare journals instead of universities. Some institutions evaluate their members according to the ranking or impact of the journals they publish in. How much does this change depending on the data source?

    1. use of Scopus and Web of Science as bibliometric sources dominates University rankings

      Es un problema que instituciones latinoamericanas como el CONICET en Argentina usen los cuartiles de Scimago (basado en Scopus), teniendo el sesgo STEM y anglófono de este dataset. Ver por ejemplo este documento del Conicet donde se hace referencia a los cuartiles Scimago.

    2. get publishers to deposit and make references open in Crossref

      Publisher incentive to deposit references in Crossref was already there because of Crossref's Cited-by service. I4OC encouraged publishers to make them open (because they are deposited in closed format by default).

    3. open licenses

      CC BY-NC 2.0

    4. makes the dataset dubbed Microsoft Academic Graph (MAG) available with open licenses.
    1. una revista inglesa editada por la Royal Society of Chemistry, ubicada en el primer cuartil de revistas con mayor impacto internacional.

      Según qué indices?

    1. Most publishers are sympathetic to the idea of putting article reference lists outside the journal-subscription paywall, as they do copyrighted abstracts. We already have agreements with several major journal publishers for the future routine harvesting of reference data.


    2. CiteSeerX

      They have CC BY-NC-SA license

    3. a mere 4% of the esti-mated 50 million articles that have been published (see ‘Freedom of information’).

      Of course this changed after I4OC

    4. licence restrictions

      How are these restrictions enforced? In other words, how do these companies ensure their data is not distributed (if it's just data after all)? Do they purposedly introduce errors to track them?

    5. The exact values of these subscriptions are closely guarded industrial secrets, and the university librarians who pay these fees are bound by confidentiality agree-ments from disclosing them.


    1. Private property (not to be confused with personal property)

      On the difference between personal and private property, an important distinction in socialist, Marxist, and most anarchist philosophies, Wikipedia says:

      Personal property or possessions includes "items intended for personal use" (...) Private property is a social relationship between the owner and persons deprived

    2. punishment doesnt work as symptom suppression,

      Can't it function as a deterrent?

  2. Oct 2020
    1. using the same PushNotification Capacitor plugin name.

      But it may be worth noting that this PushNotification object is not the same in Android than it is in web. For example, PushNotification.config exists in web, while it does not exist in Android.

    1. It is produced by Clarivate Analytics

      Clarivate Analytics owns Web of Science, a citation index. Mendeley, another popular proprietary reference management software, is produced by Elsevier, which owns Scopus, another citation index.

    1. Elsevier argues that it is reasonable to charge for high-quality citation analysis, that curating citation data entails costs,

      What would be citation curation?

    1. SC will worry about generating a unique class name on your behalf so your CSS is scoped to your component, and it won't affect other styles in your app.

      So the result would be rather cryptic?

  3. Sep 2020
    1. forward and backward citation searching in Web of Science

      "Web of science related articles search"

    1. Crossref generally provides metadata without restriction; however, some abstracts contained in the metadata may be subject to copyright by publishers or authors.

      Is it CC0?

    1. Many organizations assert copyright for any media which they touch, without any consideration of whether the media is eligible for copyright or whether they own the copyright.

      Shouldn't cases like these be taken to trial? Imagine someone forbidding access to a public square under allegation that it belongs to them. Afraid of being prosecuted, people start paying this person to enter the public square. One day someone decides to take the case to court. The court can't simply rule that the person can't continue asking for money to use the square. The person should be punished for having deterred people from freely using the square for so long.

    1. Wikidata could be seen as a tertiary (or quartary) reference, but one can't add it to Wikidata itself.

      This should block the possibility of creating a loop where wikidata points to a source which points back to wikidata:

      Any reference pointing to wikidata would be at least a quartary reference (since wikidata is a tertiary reference). This would make it automatically ineligible as source for wikidata, because it only allows up to tertiary sources.

    1. Including global citations has the advantage that you can also identify papers newer than all of your seed papers, making it bidirectional in time.

      Was there a reason to not include them in Local Citation Network?

    1. “Information” (a valid value for <stated in>).

      What are other values for it?

    1. RDF is an abstract model with several serialization formats (i.e. file formats),

      So, for example, one way to serialize RDF is through XML. See RDF/XML.

    1. because of the nature of this approach, suggested articles are always older than the source article.

      But the number of global citations (i.e., number of articles which cite an article in the collection provided) is retrieved from MAG. If it retrieved the list as well, it could also suggest articles that cite many articles in the collection.

    1. additional for central server only

      This means server1, server2, etc info are "certain hosts one always wants to list"

    1. retrieving metadata information about all the citing/cited articles described in it by querying the Crossref API and the ORCID API.

      I wonder how this is done when "their own related identifiers" are not available. Crossref API would return several results for one single query. ORCID API may do the same. How do they merge the results? How many results do they keep?

    1. fit a brand, while still following the standards of the different platforms.
    1. versión anotable del documento que elegiste

      Esta "versión anotable" no es necesaria si vos y tus alumnos instalan Hypothesis en sus dispositivos. Ver sección "4. Yapa" más adelante.

    2. basada en estándares abiertos y software libre

      El estándar de anotación web fue publicado por el consorcio W3C en 2017.

    1. basada en estándares abiertos y software libre.

      El estándar de anotación web fue publicado por el consorcio W3C en 2017.

    1. Use the title attribute to describe the pattern to help the user.

      This is displayed as a tooltip by most browsers.

    1. latency-heavy web apps

      This sounds related to what the Wikipedia article about QUIC says: "connection-oriented web applications". But, what exactly is this?

  4. Aug 2020
    1. Query container-title aka. publication name

      "Full titles of the containing work (usually a book or journal)", as indicated in https://github.com/Crossref/rest-api-doc/blob/master/api_format.md#work

    1. a variety of content types, including journals, books, conference proceedings, working papers, technical reports, and data sets.
    1. ran on Blink

      Edge was rebuilt as a Chromium-based browser in 2019, using the Blink and V8 engines (Wikipedia).

    1. He built a simple mechanism that allowed users to telnet in to the NeXT server and browse the web using its built-in Line Mode Browser.

      A telnet proxy to the web

    1. This log file should be written in a location outside of your web-server

      But the user running the script (www-data) must be able to create and write to this file!

    1. so others could be as lazy as I would have liked to have been.


    1. frequent languages: Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Chinese.12 The resulting dataset – labeled WGND_langcountry – contains 6,247,039 unique name-country pairs.

      I think this isn't very clear. Looking at the database I understand what they mean is that if a name is reported for one country, then the database was expanded to include all countries that speak that same language

    1. If you use reserved Hosting URLs, your Firebase config is automatically pulled from your Firebase project,

      Automatically pulled by what? By the initializeApp method? How does this automatic pulling work? How is it related to the way how configuration is retrieved from google-services.json file in Android apps?

    1. plugins.PWAFirebaseMsg in capacitor.config.json

      So this would provide the function that the google-services.json file provides in the android directory instead?

    2. In an Angular PWA,

      In a React PWA, I understand this would imply changing the service worker imported and registered in index.tsx.

    3. firebase.config.json, firebase-messaging.js, firebase-app.js

      Should these be provided?

    4. integrate the generated service-worker capacitor-pwa-firebase-msg-sw.js that is written to the www folder on your own.

      That means that until the pull request is not merged in Capacitor the serviceWorker.combineWorkers key in capacitor.config.json below will be ignored?

    5. ngsw-worker.js

      I understand in Ionic React this would be service-worker.js.

    6. npx cap copy web

      So this should provide us with a separate folder for PWA, just like we have one for Android, iOS and Electron. I understand this is not yet supported by Capacitor, which is what the the package creator mentions at the top. Apparently, it will be considered in Capacitor 3.

    1. Sci-Hub is a PHP script that downloads articles for free to make them open access. Thereby communication in science is restored.

      As simple and powerful as that.

  5. www.researchgate.net www.researchgate.net
    1. las condiciones microclimáticas se mantienen relativamente estables

      Cómo logran mantenerlas?

    2. un desarrollo sobre el nivel del suelo llamado túmulo,

      Tengo una colonia en cautiverio y este desarrollo no parece formarse. Por qué podría ser?

    1. ready to deploy as a PWA.

      Will ionic serve render a PWA as well; i.e., without building beforehand?

    2. a base project from Create React App (CRA) and the Ionic CLI provides this already.

      The manifest.json file is located in the ./public directory of the Iionic project.

    1. upload your www directory to whichever hosting service you prefer.

      What about serving locally for development? Will ionic serve provide a PWA as well, even if no building step is run before?

    2. web manifest

      More info about manifest.json files for PWA in MDN.

    3. standard web manifest that comes with the app

      In Ionic React, this manifest.json file is defined in the ./public directory.

    4. The web manifest and Service Worker are what officially make our app a PWA.

      As stated here for Capacitor as well.

    1. opt-in to the offline-first behavior,

      Is this only for offline behavior? Won't it enable other features for which a service worker is needed, such as the Push API?

    1. your web code is built

      If using Ionic, this is achieved using "ionic build". In fact, Ionic does have a command that performs these three steps: building web assets, copying and opening platform-specific tooling: ionic capacitor build.

  6. Jul 2020
    1. on Mobile Devices

      Acá una alternativa sencilla, en español :) https://anotacionweb.com/truco-anotar-hypothesis-celular/

    2. only available on computers and laptops.

      This article here explains an alternative way to use Hypothesis on mobile with Firefox, without having to go through steps 1-3 of this tutorial.

    3. and bookmarklets for other browsers

      Unofficial Firefox extension is available here.

    4. not supported on mobile browsers.

      Actually it is, using chromium-based Yandex browser.

    1. mobile Firefox,

      This article here explains how to automate injecting the annotation client using Greasemonkey in Firefox mobile.

    1. getDeliveredNotifications

      In Android this uses getActiveNotifications):

      Recover a list of active notifications: ones that have been posted by the calling app that have not yet been dismissed by the user or cancel(java.lang.String, int)ed by the app.

    1. Ionic React manages the lifetime of a page,

      How does it manage it? There is some information about Angular here. Where is this information for React?

      Documentation about IonRouterOutlet is relevant here.

    1. several options available when routing to different views
      • Ionic Components' routerLink prop (IonItem, IonButton, IonCard, IonRouterLink, IonFabButton, and IonItemOption), with routerDirection prop to specify the type of transition (back, forward, or none).
      • React Routers Link component.
    2. React Routers Link component


      Apparently, it is like a browser's anchor tag

    1. using localStorage is bad for anything that needs to live for a long time as the browser/OS may clean it up.

      Should we use Ionic React Hook useStorage, then?

    2. []

      This means this will run only once. See here.

    1. npm link

      Since we're using yarn in the client repo, maybe it's better to use yarn link instead?

    1. suspender los cortes de servicios por 180 días de internet, cable y telefonía fija o móvil para algunos clientes puntuales, el zero rating para navegar las páginas de universidades nacionales y la baja de calidad de los contenidos de Netflix para no saturar las redes.

      El gobierno tomó estas decisiones? Algún enlace a las medidas puntuales?

    1. known as "the kill zone" in investment circles.

      giants like Google and Facebook. Both companies, along with Amazon and Apple, effectively have a “Kill Zone” around them—areas not worth operating or investing in, since defeat is guaranteed.

    1. watch out for big platforms that try to drive out competition, by discouraging their users from multi-homing.

      So this wouldn't be adversarial interoperability, in the terms defined here.

    2. MFN clause

      Most favoured nation. According to Wikipedia: "a status or level of treatment accorded by one state to another in international trade (...) the country which is the recipient of this treatment must nominally receive equal trade advantages as the most favoured nation by the country granting such treatment"

    1. In the absence of adversarial interoperability, we're left trying to solve the impossible collective action problem of getting everyone to switch at once,

      Still people do move from one service to another. Look at Facebook's (the product, not the company), Instagram, TikTok, etc.

    1. keep the relevant NAT port(s) open on the router/firewall. This technique allows traffic from clients to pass through from the Internet in a direction that would otherwise be blocked by the way network address translation works.

      But can the public server behind the NAT receive incoming connections from the clients directly? Or are they proxied through the central server?

    1. not necessary to port-forward or otherwise configure your router

      But then traffic goes through central servers? Isn't this a bottleneck?

    1. a small demo to get you started.

      In this example, useEffect is used to get data from a remote resource using Axios each time the user updates an input field.

    1. la fragilidad estructural con que convive la población inquilina en Argentina.

      Siento que el artículo habla de las realidades en grandes ciudades del país, como ser Buenos Aires, Córdoba y Rosario (y sus respectivas áreas metropolitanas), como si fuese una realidad nacional. Me pregunto si en vez de una ley única para todo el país no sería mejor leyes (incluso más exigentes) para estas ciudades.

    2. Según vaporosas mediciones de Cucicba (Colegio Único de Corredores Inmobiliarios de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires) en 2019, una proyección hipotética de la indexación propuesta en la ley de alquileres arrojó aumentos del 40% para 2020. Mientras que, desde sus relevamientos, el promedio de aumentos bajo la ley de la selva actual fue de 32% en 2019.

      No habría que comparar para un mismo período? Es decir, cuál habría sido el aumento para 2019 de seguir la indexación propuesta por la ley de alquileres?

    3. dolarización del valor de las propiedades,

      Este artículo del 2013 en Página 12 da más detalles sobre este proceso. Sin embargo, no encuentro que se tratase de una medida específica, sino más bien una consecuencia de otras medidas económicas. Es así?

    1. elements whose display value was assigned to "none" will not appear in the tree (whereas elements with "hidden" visibility will appear in the tree).

      display:none vs visibility:hidden

    1. The drop in users is caused by the switch to the new system. It appears that, in the case of uBlock Origin, about 1.6 million users of the add-on have Telemetry data disabled in Firefox.

      This drop should also be because, as they say in the same blog post, before they counted by unique IP address, and now they are counting by Firefox profile.

  7. Jun 2020
    1. the "Modern browsers" version assumes native support for features such as e.g. async/await, Promise, and ReadableStream.
    1. FCM might intentionally delay messages to prevent an app from consuming excessive resources and negatively affecting battery life.

      In which situations would this happen?

    2. When the device is in Doze, delivery may be delayed to conserve battery

      Starting from Android 6.0 (API level 23), Android introduces two power-saving features that extend battery life for users by managing how apps behave when a device is not connected to a power source: https://developer.android.com/training/monitoring-device-state/doze-standby

    1. download third-party libraries from their official site, not from a CDN or other location.

      is npm accepted?

    1. investigaciones recientes indican que el entre el 40% y el 45% de las personas infectadas son asintomáticas .

      Otra vez...

    2. Un estudio del SARS-CoV-2 estimó que la tasa más alta de transmisión viral tiene lugar uno a dos días antes de que la persona infectada comience a mostrar síntomas.

      Cuándo vamos a empezar a ser un pocos más serios y a citar los estudios cuando decimos "un estudio encontró que..."?

    1. hack

      Acá una adaptación al español de esta simple e ingeniosa idea: https://anotacionweb.com/truco-anotar-hypothesis-celular/

    2. a new filter

      The settings below seem to fail with urls with special characters, such as https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deforestación. Disabling the "Url Encode forwarded url" option seems to solve the problem.

    1. La OMS concluyó que el coronavirus no se transmite por el aire


      Esta nota se basa en información vieja, del 29 de marzo último. La organización internacional no cambió su postura sobre estos 2 temas ni informó sobre nueva evidencia hasta el momento. Ver chequeo completo acá.

    1. developer-content-bullshit machine

      What does the author mean with this?

    1. The creator of a Hypothesis group

      According to this issue in Github, in an LMS environment the creator of the group would be the first instructor-user in a course who creates and launches a Hypothesis-enabled reading. Could someone confirm this? Is this specified somewhere else?

    1. This will allow you and your classmates to follow each other’s work more easily.

      This seems to me less useful since there exist private annotation groups.

    2. video embedding
    1. complete reference target text.

      I wish there was an option to include both number and reference for headings.

    1. Firefox

      I published an unofficial Firefox extension here. Just download and install the XPI file. Go here for a discussion about it. So far only thing I found that doesn't work is annotating local PDFs, because Firefox is more restrictive about this than Chrome.

    1. preferred browser.

      I published an unofficial Firefox extension here. Just download and install the XPI file. Go here for a discussion about it. So far only thing I found that doesn't work is annotating local PDFs, because Firefox is more restrictive about this than Chrome.

    1. A Firefox/Hypothesis extension has been in the works for quite a while,

      I published an unofficial Firefox extension here. Just download and install the XPI file. Go here for a discussion about it. So far only thing I found that doesn't work is annotating local PDFs, because Firefox is more restrictive about this than Chrome.

    1. Firefox

      I published an unofficial Firefox extension here. Just download and install the XPI file. Go here for a discussion about it. So far only thing I found that doesn't work is annotating local PDFs, because Firefox is more restrictive about this than Chrome.

    1. other browsers

      I published an unofficial Firefox extension here. Just download and install the XPI file. Go here for a discussion about it. So far only thing I found that doesn't work is annotating local PDFs, because Firefox is more restrictive about this than Chrome.

    1. access the "file://" scheme,

      There seem to be semantic differences between Firefox and Chrome as to what "access" means. See here.

    1. semantic differences in meaning of this flag between browsers - in Firefox it currently means "false -- cannot load file:// urls, but *can* access them" in Chrome, it means "false - cannot access file:// urls".
    1. If an earlier version of your extension is public, this becomes the one seen by visitors to AMO.

      If the earlier version was human reviewed and approved, I suppose?

    2. submit to addons.mozilla.org (AMO)

      Does this mean to include self-distributed add-ons?

    1. All add-ons are subject to these policies, regardless of how they are distributed.

      So these policies apply to self distributed add-ons too, I suppose. Are they manually reviewed too? What happens if review is rejected in these cases?

    1. your add-on may still be subject to further review,

      Are self distributed add-ons manually reviewed? What happens in these cases if review is rejected?

    1. una actualización anual hace perder el valor del alquiler real en perjuicio del propietario",

      Esto no tiene por qué entenderse así. Una actualización anual no implica un desfasaje igual en perjuicio del inquilino al principio de cada año actualizado?

    1. query parameters:

      I have published this tool here to make the process of building the query string easier.

    1. «aprender sobre la extensa experiencia de Corea del Sur en utilización de boleta electrónica».

      De dónde es esta cita textual?

  8. May 2020
    1. # Configure routing for those marked packets ip rule add fwmark 0x1 lookup 100 ip route add local dev lo table 100

      Made persistent in Raspbian by adding these two lines to /etc/rc.local

    2. # DROP martian packets as they would have been if route_localnet was zero # Note: packets not leaving the server aren't affected by this, thus sslh will still work iptables -t raw -A PREROUTING ! -i lo -d -j DROP iptables -t mangle -A POSTROUTING ! -o lo -s -j DROP # Mark all connections made by ssl for special treatment (here sslh is run as user "sslh") iptables -t nat -A OUTPUT -m owner --uid-owner sslh -p tcp --tcp-flags FIN,SYN,RST,ACK SYN -j CONNMARK --set-xmark 0x01/0x0f # Outgoing packets that should go to sslh instead have to be rerouted, so mark them accordingly (copying over the connection mark) iptables -t mangle -A OUTPUT ! -o lo -p tcp -m connmark --mark 0x01/0x0f -j CONNMARK --restore-mark --mask 0x0f

      Made persistent in Raspbian by running

      iptables-save > /etc/iptables/rules.v4


    3. # Set route_localnet = 1 on all interfaces so that ssl can use "localhost" as destination sysctl -w net.ipv4.conf.default.route_localnet=1 sysctl -w net.ipv4.conf.all.route_localnet=1

      Made persistent in Raspbian by adding these two lines to /etc/sysctl.conf:

      net.ipv4.conf.default.route_localnet=1 net.ipv4.conf.all.route_localnet=1

    1. As of today, this provides version 4.3.12 for Windows. This version seems to lack EV3 bricks. See here for older versions.

    1. public data release

      Any news?

    2. Fig. 6.

      I would love to see this very figure with number of puzzles attempted on the y-axis instead.

    3. There are a variety of factors that may lead to this

      One obvious factor may be that students with a teacher may have attempted more puzzles, and we know that the number of puzzles attempted correlates with the probability of reaching proficiency.

    4. larger percentages of older students reach proficiency,

      Given that the probability of "reaching proficiency" depends on the number of puzzles attempted, it would be nice to show how this number of puzzles attempted changes with age too.

    5. **


    6. tagging each of the ~500 puzzles across all of the CS Fundamentals courses to associate each puzzle with one or more concepts, and for each concept, a difficulty rating.

      Available here for CS Fundamentals International (i.e., Courses 1-4 + Accelerated).

      Is it available for the newer CS Fundamentals (Courses A-F + Express) too? I couldn't find it, but given that they are still reporting Proficiency in CS Fundamentals in 2019, I would say it is.

    7. heat map below

      It seems impossible to demonstrate proficiency in level 5 of difficulty for both "Repeat Until/While Loop" and "Events" concepts, because there are less than 3 puzzles for each of them.

    8. CS Fundamentals Course

      As described here, CS Fundamentals Course 1-4 + Accelerated (now CS Fundamentals International) was expanded for the 2017-18 school year as CS Fundamentals A-F + Express.

      Although Minecraft Hour of Code was released in 2015, no Minecraft activities seem to be available in the original 1-4+Accelerated course, whereas there are some in the newer A-F+Express course.

    9. courses designed for K-8

      K8: from kindergarten/pre-K (age 5–6) to 8th grade (up to age 14).

    1. You can get an RSS or Atom feed for annotations made at a specific url, a specific Hypothesis tag or group, or for a specific Hypothesis user.

      Domain-level query is also available with RSS and Atom feeds. This tool here makes the process of getting these feed urls a bit easier.

    1. AP Computer Science

      Offered by the College Board to high school students

    1. Atom feed format.

      In both the RSS and the Atom feeds, the link points to the annotation, instead of to the annotation in context. I think it would be more useful if it pointed to the annotation in context. Specially because there is no easy way to go from the annotation to the annotation in context (one has to copy the "share" url and paste it on the address bar).

    1. query Parameters

      Isn't there a way to search in the title field?

    2. contain

      Isn't there a way for an exact tag match? I mean, a way in which "web" would only match a "web" tag, and not a "web annotation" tag too, for example.

    1. estudio

      Quevedo, Luis Alberto y Roberto Bacman (2006): Sistema Nacional de Consumos Culturales – Tercer Libro. Buenos Aires: Secretaría de Medios de Comunicación, Jefatura de Gabinete de Ministros, Presidencia de la Nación.

    1. Argentina es el único país latinoamericano calificado como país de «alta aptitud» en el inglés, ubicándose en el puesto 15 a nivel mundial en el año 2015, según un informe del Índice de Aptitud en Inglés (EF EPI).[5]​[6]​ En el 2017, Argentina descendió diez puestos con respecto a su mejor posición y se ubicó en el puesto 25, aunque aún continúa siendo el país con mejor dominio del inglés en Iberoamérica.[7]​

      Es importante destacar que esta evaluación es probable que esté sesgada porque los participantes se autoseleccionan. Según el propio sitio de la institución evaluadora: "la población examinada representada en este índice eligió hacer la prueba por sí misma y no se garantiza que sea representativa."

    1. Algunos especialistas cuestionan la representatividad de la muestra, pero lo cierto es que el índice gana terreno como la única medición en la materia.

      El propio sitio de la institución indica que "la muestra de examinados para el EF EPI está sesgada hacia participantes que están interesados en seguir el estudio del idioma y adultos jóvenes". Y "La población examinada representada en este índice eligió hacer la prueba por sí misma y no se garantiza que sea representativa".

    1. Enter "SI Appendix" into the file title field and select "Supporting Information (SI)" from the File Type menu.

      This confirms that SI should be uploaded separately.

    2. Upload a single SI PDF

      This does not match what it says above of submitting just one PDF file including main text and SI. This leads to think that SI should be uploaded as a separate file.

    1. the Bluebook,

      A style guide, which prescribes the most widely used legal citation system in the United States.

    2. open source