software

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

‘Writefull’ – how to write better in English

Last week I found out a very simple tool to improve my scientific manuscripts written in English. I recognize that several editors have asked me, after accepting my scientific papers, conducting a review of the language by a native language expert. ‘Writefull’ is an application that will allow us to improve our written in […]

By |Wednesday, October 8 2014|Research, Software|Comments Off on ‘Writefull’ – how to write better in English

Projects: A documents manager for researchers

The software Projects by Digital Sciencie allows scientific researchers to organize their research outputs in a safe, simple and structured way, helping to track the whole research process.

We can define Projects as a documents manager with vitamins for researchers. With Projects, we will be able to:

Create projects
Define a hierarchical structure based on collections (by […]

By |Tuesday, May 20 2014|Research, Software|Comments Off on Projects: A documents manager for researchers

Google Scholar Library

Last months, Google launched Scholar Library, a personal collection of articles in Scholar. Researchers can save articles right from the search page, organize them by topic, and use the power of Scholar’s full-text search & ranking to quickly find just the one they want – at any time and from anywhere. Researchers decide what […]

By |Tuesday, January 7 2014|Research, Software|Comments Off on Google Scholar Library

Weekly summary about research on Social Sciences (December, 13th 2013)

This week I ONLY recommend the following post:

1. Academic work flows. This post is fantastic. The author explains the workflow in an academic research from several software (almost all in MAC OSX and iOS operating systems). Link

By |Saturday, December 14 2013|Research, Software|Comments Off on Weekly summary about research on Social Sciences (December, 13th 2013)

Weekly summary about research on Social Sciences (September, 19th 2013)

This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. Alternatives ways to say study. ‘Study’ is very common word in scientific papers. However, some authors overuse this word. This post proposes some alternative ways to say this word. Link

2. QCASoft. This week I propose a software that we have developed in my research group […]

By |Friday, September 20 2013|Private, Research|Comments Off on Weekly summary about research on Social Sciences (September, 19th 2013)

QCAsoft: A New software for qualitative comparative analysis (GIKA 2013 – Conference Presentation)

We have attended again to the congress Global Innovation and Knowledge Academy (GIKA 2013), in its third edition held in Valencia (Spain). There we have presented a paper on the software we have developed for using Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA).

Fernandez, V., Sallan, J.M. and Simo, P. (2013). QCAsoft: A new software for qualitative comparative […]

By |Thursday, August 1 2013|Research|Comments Off on QCAsoft: A New software for qualitative comparative analysis (GIKA 2013 – Conference Presentation)