Category Archives: ahm2007

Name that graph (acknowledgements to Rich)

Rich Apodaca has an excellent series of graphs (e.g. Name That Graph) where he has removed key annotations (titles, units, axes, etc.) I’m not going to to steal his theme but there is one graph that I hope my readership … Continue reading

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AHM2007: Best paper (Jon Blower) – Virtual globes Hurricanes and penguins

Jon Blower was awarded the best paper at AHM2007 . This is an an outstanding example of escience where SIMPLE technology is brought to bear on multiple datasets, each of which by themselves does not carry a message but the … Continue reading

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DBPedia2: major opportunity for semantic web (including chemistry)

I have blogged about the exciting potential of DBPedia before ( dbchem” href=”″>dbpedia – structured information from Wikipedia => dbchem). It is a semistructured RDF triple collection created automatically from Wikipedia. The really exciting thing is that huge numbers of … Continue reading

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UK eScience All Hands 2007

I’m at the UK eScience All Hands Meeting – the sixth – and I think I have been to all. The meeting is closely, but not completely, coupled to the UK’s pioneering investment in eScience (roughly equivalent US term is … Continue reading

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