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Slides and presentations
- December 2019, soft launch webinar slides, and recording.
- June 2020 slides from ICTeSSH 2020, video recording of this session, and recording of the panel discussion.
- November 2020 slides from BigSurv, and the 5-min video session, winner of the people’s choice award!
- June 2021 slides from UCL Code Fest.
- June 2021 slides from ICTeSSH 2021.
Both the whitepaper and the underlying data are open under CC-BY and CC0 license respectively. Please feel free to use and reuse, and contribute. Watch this space for an updated version of the white paper and the data.
Cite the white paper:
Duca, D., & Metzler, K. (2019). The ecosystem of technologies for social science research (White paper). London, UK: Sage. doi: 10.4135/wp191101
Cite the underlying data:
Duca, D. (2019) The ecosystem of technologies for social science research (dataset). doi: 10.5281/zenodo.3555207
This project is brought to you by SAGE Ocean, enabling social scientists to work with big data and new technologies.
This paper would not have been possible without the work of Shulin Hu and Lily Davies, both master’s students within the Digital Humanities programme at University College London, and Eve Kraicer, master’s student in Gender Studies at the London School of Economics, whose work on this project involved data cleaning and looking at gender distribution. We also want to thank all the researchers, developers, and startup founders who endured and answered with patience and insight our endless questions.