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Posts Tagged ‘ open source ’

A review of ThinkUp: An open source social media analytics application

February 13, 2012
A review of ThinkUp:   An open source social media analytics application

It has been said that if you didn’t pay for the product then you are the product. Nowhere is this more evident than with the plethora of social media analytics applications currently available on the Internet.  For example, there are dozens of applications that provide feedback on your use of Twitter (see in particular...
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Two steps forward (open source, open access), one step back (open data)

May 29, 2011

For many years the open source (shareware, freeware) movement has flourished. Linux is considered, “one of the most prominent examples of free and open source software collaboration”. Repositories such as www.shareware.com and www.tucows.com provide a centralized distribution method for individual programmers to increase the reach of their product. The open access movement in academia...
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