18 Matching Annotations
  1. Oct 2019
    1. for alkanes in *.pdb do echo $alkanes cat $alkanes > alkanes.pdb done

      The notation of this code is not consistent with other exercises. Others have terminal prompts ($, >)

    2. monotaur.dat


  2. May 2019
    1. audience

      Consider using ISCB Personas to restrict this

    2. inLanguage

      A training material may be offered translated into different language

    1. mentions

      Currenlty we say used by OR referred to which conflates things. Separate the two merged intentions here by adding something like 'uses' to list datasets, tools etc

    2. Add a description that specifies 'outlining the course'

    3. Specification

      Add LearningOutcomes field defines the things the learner will be able to do at the end of the course

    4. description

      Need to add an additional Abstract or Short Description to summate the course. This should be added through to Course Instance and Training Material too

  3. Jan 2019
    1. We don’t know what the best granularity for sharing is.

      Will this granularity in Harper be scoped or annotated? If someone could specify whether the learning resource type was a 'course', 'book', or 'tutorial' - it could help learners and potential re-users to filter results by their preference

    2. How does an author update a lesson?

      Could this be done automatically? In TeSS we check each night whether the metadata has changed (and update if different) and whether the resource is still accessible (and indicate on TeSS if it is not)

    3. Authors create one extra text file called harper.md and put it in the lesson’s root directory

      This works nicely for git repo based sites. Is the intention that this solution could also be used for other platforms such as Wordpress or Drupal? If so, hosting this file in the right location might be a little more complex without guides.

    4. RSS feed

      An e-mail notification service might also be quite nice

    5. The site extracts the motivating questions and defined terms from the Markdown and displays the lesson under each of those headings

      I really like this idea! How would you group similar questions that are phrased differently together? Through lexical / named entity similarity with a human curation component? Or introducing some sort of controlled vocabulary term to help group by?

  4. Nov 2017
  5. Nov 2016