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R: the final software for statistical and graphical analysis

Today I will introduce one of the tools that I use in my research (and part of my teaching): R. For those who do not know it, R is a language and programming environment for statistical and graphical analysis. It was originally developed by Robert Gentleman and Ross Ihaka (the name of this language […]

By |Tuesday, March 24 2015|Research, Software|Comments Off on R: the final software for statistical and graphical analysis

LISS 2015: Call for Papers – Deadline: 31 March, 2015

Paper submission deadline has been extended to 31 March, 2015.

General information

2015 IEEE International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Services Sciences (LISS’2015)

27–29 July, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain


LISS’2015 is a prime international forum for both researchers and industry practitioners to exchange the latest fundamental advances in the state of the art and practice of logistics, informatics […]

By |Thursday, March 19 2015|Research|Comments Off on LISS 2015: Call for Papers – Deadline: 31 March, 2015

2-day seminar Foundations of Qualitative Data Analysis

Last week, I attended the 2-day seminar Foundations of Qualitative Data Analysis which took place in the Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona (Spain). This seminar was bilingual with all taught content and exercises in English and group plenary, discussions, and questions in the language attendees were most comfortable with (English, Spanish and Catalan).

The teacher was […]

By |Wednesday, March 11 2015|Research, Teaching|Comments Off on 2-day seminar Foundations of Qualitative Data Analysis

Overleaf: Online Collaborative Writing and Publishing System with Latex

In the last posts, we have been discussing about Latex (see here and here), the most popular editing system oriented to the creation of scientific books and papers (and presentations) on the world. In both cases, we explain that we could download and install Latex in our computers with MS Windows, MAC OS X […]

By |Wednesday, February 11 2015|Research, Software|Comments Off on Overleaf: Online Collaborative Writing and Publishing System with Latex

figshare: repository of research stuffs

In the academic/research world, the main tool to share knowledge are the articles published in scientific journals. We can use conferences and books, but they are not so important. However, there are many other research outputs that researchers can’t share with other colleagues: complementary figures, posters, filesets, datasets, media, drafts, etc. So, there is […]

By |Wednesday, January 28 2015|Research, Software|Comments Off on figshare: repository of research stuffs

Latex: Hello world!

In this post, we are going to write our first  code.




\title{My first document}





Hello world!

We can write \textbf{bold} or \emph{italics} words and sentences.

We are going to analyze line by line the previous code.

\documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} This line indicates three aspects: the document format is A4 size, the font size is 12 points, and the structure of the […]

By |Thursday, January 15 2015|Research, Software|Comments Off on Latex: Hello world!

SAIC: Research Courses with Qualitative Data

Most social science research follows a positivist (and post-positivist) paradigm characterized, among other things, the use of quantitative data. However, to answer certain questions and achieve certain goals of research in social sciences, we need to raise research with a more interpretive/constructivist paradigm with a more intensive use of qualitative data. Although the Spanish […]

By |Tuesday, December 16 2014|Research, Software, Teaching|Comments Off on SAIC: Research Courses with Qualitative Data

Notability: Taking Notes

Most people around me know that I quite like the technology (For this reason I decided to study an engineering degree in telecommunications), and therefore always ask me about devices and programs to do certain tasks. One of the most common questions is: what is best program to take notes? The answer is never […]

By |Wednesday, December 3 2014|Software, Teaching|Comments Off on Notability: Taking Notes

Cornell Notes

Everyone knows that students (and anyone else who is in a learning process) are required to synthesize and apply knowledge if they want to consolidate them in the medium and long term. However, few people suggest methods or systems that facilitate taking notes. The Cornell Notesmethod is a system for taking notes created by Walter […]

By |Tuesday, November 18 2014|Private, Teaching|Comments Off on Cornell Notes

Pomodoro Technique (Time Management)

Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the 80s and is one of the most popular methods of time managing worldwide; however, we can find as many retractatores as enthusiastices.

Pomodoro Technique is divided into 5 phases:

1. Inventory The first step is to make a list of all the tasks […]

By |Wednesday, November 5 2014|Research, Software|Comments Off on Pomodoro Technique (Time Management)