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Three charts to explore car types

I have a table with data about cars and fuel type. And I do a graph with OpenOffice Calc: And this one: And, hacking CIRCOS, I have made this graph: What do you prefer? Do you want to see body-style and fuel-type? 😀

Visual text with txt2graph

I can see a text as a graph with txt2graph.

Social network analysis (SNA) to surveys analysis

I want to do surveys analysis with social network analysis tools. Let’s start!

Places with a mathematical interest

I created (2008) a website to show some places around the world, with a mathematical interest: history, architecture, people, etc. I hacked SIMILE Project tool -from MIT- with Weebly (a free website and free blog creator): Mathourism = Math + Tourism Mathematical Tourism – A mathematical journey around the world Places with a mathematical historic … Continue reading

My law about information management: Who knows, attracts

My ‘Law of gravitation’ about information management: ‘Who knows, attracts’ . It was selected for ‘Más allá de Google’, a book published by Infonomia. [html] [pdf]

The role of the psychologist in social networks

Here, your can see my presentation about ‘The role of the psychologist in social networks’. It was a roundtable with Col·legi Oficial de Psicòlegs de Catalunya, at Barcelona (2010).  

pdf files embedded in wordpress

pdf files embedded in wordpress, from GoogleDocs, with this code: [ googleapps domain = “docs” dir = “viewer” query = “a = v & pid = explorer & chrome = false & amp; embedded = true & srcid = id_from_file_uploaded_at_GoogleDocs & hl = en ” width = ” 90% ” height = ” 400 ” … Continue reading

mp3 files embedded in wordpress

mp3 files embedded in wordpress, from GoogleDocs, with this code: [ audio = https : // docs . google . com / uc ? id = id_from_file_uploaded_at_GoogleDocs & hl = en_US ]   Examples: She: Nostalgia: Lullaby: Town square:

Maths and ancient cultures

I have found ‘Validus in Peru’, a good blog about a travel to explore the connections between mathematics and the Pre-Columbian civilizations of Peru. http://validusinperu.wordpress.com/ It sounds like my mathourism website: http://mathourism.weebly.com/ 😀

Simple systems without necessarily simple properties

Robert May once said the following: Not only in research, but in the everyday world of politics and economics, we would all be better off if more people realised that simple systems do not necessarily possess simple dynamical properties.