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Visualization of networks – analyzing and visualizing connections between (planned) NFDI consortia

Strecker, Dorothea; Majidian, Sama; Bossert, Lukas C.; Demandt, Évariste;
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  • Published: 02 Nov 2021
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This is a fix-release for some broken links in the README. Thanks to @HenningTimm for the community-driven support. ------ Dorothea Strecker, Sama Majidian, Lukas C. Bossert, Évariste Demandt This repository contains materials used during the workshop "Visualization of networks – analyzing and visualizing connections between (planned) NFDI consortia" at the NFDI4Ing Community Meeting (NFDI4Ing Konferenz) 2021 on September 28. During the workshop, the network of (planned) NFDI consortia was visualized and analyzed using the statistical software R and the library igraph. Abstract: Currently, Germany's National Research Data Infrastructure spans a network of nine funded consortia from the first round and ten from the second round. This workshop enables you to visually display and analyze the network of consortia in your internet browser via a remote Jupyter Notebook. The workshop follows the tradition of literate programming. No prior experience in programming and no locally installed software needed – let's weave and tangle ! Slides The presentation slides for the workshop are stored in the file "NFDI4Ing_Community_Meeting_2021.pdf". JupyerNotebook for visualization of networks with R. In the interactive part of the workshop we worked with JupyterNotebooks. The documented sample solution is stored in various formats in the folder Notebook. Direct exports from JupyterNotebook are provided in the following formats: JupyterNotebook (R) PDF (via LuaLaTeX) org-mode Markdown Rscript Webpage WebSlides This repository is licensed under the MIT License.
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