Posts By helene

Google Forms in research

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Although more and more people are using SurveyMonkey to create quick or in-depth surveys, I find the lack of export to CSV in the free plan a huge barrier to using it. A more flexible&hellip

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Uncovering Windows hidden secrets

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It is commonly believed that we use only 10% of our brain; although that’s not true, according to wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_percent_of_the_brain_myth. However I believe this is true for computers, we truly use only an infirm part of&hellip

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QGIS 2.6 Brighton

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I’ve recently updated QGIS to the latest version – new versions are going faster and faster these days, or maybe I’m not using it as often as I used to. Between literature reviews and GoogleMaps&hellip

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Wikipedia on maps

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When I was still studying cartography at uni I came across Wikimapia, which was then more or less starting. I totally loved it. It doesn’t really have the depth of wikipedia, you won’t find info&hellip

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How I Became a Geographer

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To share my interest in geography, I wrote a short piece for Geography Week, which has been published today in Day of Geography To tell the story about how I became a geographer and what I&hellip

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