Skip to main content
SHOW DETAILS
eye
Title
Date Archived
Creator
Github Mirror by Narabot
software

eye 16

favorite 0

comment 0

Trends in scientific publishing delays The history of publishing delays Here, we explore the history of scientific publishing delays. The findings from the analysis are discussed in a blog post by Daniel Himmelstein and feature in Nature News . Delays are calculated from publisher-deposited PubMed history dates. Only journal articles published between 1960 and 2015 are included. Specifically, two delay types are calculated: acceptance delay — the number of days from receival to acceptance...
Topics: GitHub, code, software, git
Github Mirror by Narabot
software

eye 11

favorite 0

comment 0

User-friendly Scopus and Journal Metrics data Tidying and mapping Scopus and Journal Metrics data This repository creates user-friendly (tidy) TSVs of data from Scopus and Journal Metrics and converts data to NLM journal IDs for PubMed integration. Data pulled from Scopus include journal subject areas and open access status. Data pulled from Journal Metrics include journal three measures ( CiteScore , SJR , SNIP ) of journal prestige and a Scopus–ISSN mapping. Execution is performed by...
Topics: GitHub, code, software, git
Github Mirror by Narabot
software

eye 26

favorite 0

comment 0

Download metadata for all DOIs using the Crossref API Store and process the Crossref Database This repository downloads Crossref metadata using the Crossref API .The items retrieved are stored in MongoDB to preserve their raw structure.This design allows for flexible downstream analyses. MongoDB MongoDB is run via Docker .It's available on the host machine at http://localhost:27017/. shdocker run \ --name=mongo-crossref \ --publish=27017:27017 \ --volume=`pwd`/mongo.db:/data/db \ --rm \...
Topics: GitHub, code, software, git
Github Mirror by Narabot
software

eye 32

favorite 0

comment 0

Scoop by Rusty Foster and the CMF running Kuro5hin and other websites scoop Scoop 1.27 by Rusty Foster and the CMF running Kuro5hin and other websites Also found here:http://archive.debian.net/sarge/web/scoop Scoop is an ealry clone of the Slashdot system with user diaries, story sumission queues, and comments ratings. Saved by Blastar of India and China http://blastar.in/ Deleted from Wikipedia and deemed non-notable:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Scoop (software)...
Topics: GitHub, code, software, git
Github Mirror by Narabot
software

eye 119

favorite 0

comment 0

A collection of core radical zines Zine Library This is a compilation of anarchist zines and booklets, imposed for easy printing, as well as a few posters. Download a copy while you still can. See https://github.com/infoshop-io/generator/ for an automatic website generator to host this zine collection. Stock your own infoshop today! Full books not included here, but advised for any infoshop: Goldman - Anarchism and other Essays Gelderloos - Anarchy Works Gelderloos - How Nonviolence Protects...
Topics: GitHub, code, software, git
Github Mirror by Narabot
software

eye 36

favorite 0

comment 0

Sci-Hub's coverage of the scientific literature DOI Coverage of Sci-Hub This project is investigating the coverage of the Sci-Hub/LibGen for academic articles.It's based on using DOIs to uniquely identify articles.The repository hosting the manuscript for this study is greenelab/scihub-manuscript .The latest manuscript version is available at https://greenelab.github.io/scihub-manuscript/. Environment This repository uses conda to manage its environment as specified in environment.yml .Install...
Topics: GitHub, code, software, git
Incoming and Unsorted Zines
by Black Lives Matter PDX
texts

eye 143

favorite 2

comment 0

Mirrored from  https://blacklivesmatter.com/blm-portland-has-launched-a-zine/
DOI.ORG Referenced Papers Mirror
by Casey Delehanty, Jack Mewhirter, Ryan Welch and Jason Wilks
texts

eye 25

favorite 3

comment 0

Abstract:  Does increased militarization of law enforcement agencies (LEAs) lead to an increase in violent behavior among officers? We theorize that the receipt of military equipment increases multiple dimensions of LEA militarization (material, cultural, organizational, and operational) and that such increases lead to more violent behavior. The US Department of Defense 1033 program makes excess military equipment, including weapons and vehicles, available to local LEAs. The variation in the...
DOI.ORG Referenced Papers Mirror
by Patrick Sharkey, Gerard Torrats-Espinosa, and Delaram Takyara
texts

eye 50

favorite 2

comment 0

Abstract:  Largely overlooked in the theoretical and empirical literature on the crime decline is a long tradition of research in criminology and urban sociology that considers how violence is regulated through informal sources of social control arising from residents and organizations internal to communities. In this article, we incorporate the “systemic” model of community life into debates on the U.S. crime drop, and we focus on the role that local nonprofit organizations played in the...
Topic: blacklivesmatter