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10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic | e-Learning ...

10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic | e-Learning ... | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic By 2015 80% of people will be accessing the Internet from mobile devices. In 2012, 65% of workers.

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If you're in the Training business, you need to look at your phone more closely.

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Training in Business's curator insight, December 28, 2013 6:55 AM

10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic

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How might this shape our investment behaviors in 2014?

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Gotta stay mobile (and infographical) because that's where we're all headed.

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Twitter sentiment analysis based on affective lexicons in R

Twitter sentiment analysis based on affective lexicons in R | Learning and Design | Scoop.it

Continue to dig tweets. After we reviewed how to count positive, negative and neutral tweets in previous post, I discovered another great idea. Suppose positive or negative is not enough and we want to understand the rate of positivity or negativity. For example, «good» in tweet has 4 points rating, but «perfect» has 6. Thus, we can try to measure the rate of satisfaction or opinion in tweets.

 

So, we need other dictionary for managing this task, dictionary with rating of words. We can create it or find results of great research of affective ratings (e.g. here).

 

And of course, our algorithm should bypass Twitter’s API limitation via accumulating historical data. This approach was described in previous post.

 

Note, I use average rating of evaluated words which I find in tweet. For example, if we found «good» (4 points) and «perfect» (6 points) in one tweet, it would be evaluated as (4+6)/2=5. This is better than use total sum in case of all words in dictionary have positive rating. For example, one «good» (4 points) should be better than three «bad» (1,5 points each). This solves via average value.


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Un ejemplo de analisis de texto usando R

 

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Using sentiment analysis to predict ratings of popular tv series

Using sentiment analysis to predict ratings of popular tv series | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, you have probably heard of TV shows such as Breaking Bad, Mad Men, How I Met Your Mother or Game of Thrones.

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Evaluating with the Success Case Method

Evaluating with the Success Case Method | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
In my last post I mentioned that I prefer the Success Case Method for evaluating learning (and other) interventions to the Kirkpatrick approach. A few readers contacted me asking for information on...
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Deadly Issues That No One Ever Told You About Sitting

Deadly Issues That No One Ever Told You About Sitting | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
Many people believe that one of the safest position you can have is to sit down in a good chair. This post will totally change their opinion.
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R for Journalists

R for Journalists | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
Tools for using and learning R, mostly for computational and data journalists, but everyone's welcome!
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Proofreading Explained

Proofreading Explained | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
As promised, today we have another guest post from editor Robert Doran, whose 'copy-editing explained' post on Tuesday gave this blog a visitors spike. (As did his previous guest posts on the subje...

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Proofreading: that job which always needs explaining...

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Anything but R-bitrary: Statistics meets rhetoric: A text analysis of "I Have a Dream" in R

Anything but R-bitrary: Statistics meets rhetoric: A text analysis of "I Have a Dream" in R | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
pretty cool techniques/code RT @tylerrinker: A text analysis of "I Have a Dream" in #rstats (#ggplot2 #qdap) http://t.co/HVXzvCfcOE

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This is so cool - Thanks to Edward Borasky for Sccoping it first!

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To Foster Your Creativity, Don't Learn To Code; Learn To Paint

To Foster Your Creativity, Don't Learn To Code; Learn To Paint | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
The best way to foster innovation and creativity is to study and seriously practice the arts.

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"Albert Einstein once said that “If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.” To reach our own creative potentials, we’d do well to live by his example."

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10 Ways to Teach Innovation

10 Ways to Teach Innovation | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
Getty By Thom Markham One overriding challenge is now coming to the fore in public consciousness: We need to reinvent just about everything. Whether s
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Although meant for children, everything or most everything said in this article applies to adult learning and training. Very good!

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Education Outrage: So, you want to build an online learn by doing course; now you can; our new GBS tool is free; build away

Education Outrage: So, you want to build an online learn by doing course; now you can; our new GBS tool is free; build away | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
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The fourth, annual, top ten e-learning movers and shakers - Training Press Releases

The fourth, annual, top ten e-learning movers and shakers - Training Press Releases | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
Now in its fourth year, here are the new lists of the ‘Top Ten’ most influential people in the corporate e-learning sector, in the World, Europe, the UK and Asia-Pacific.
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This list is a small treasure by itself!

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Updates to R package emdatr: Global Disaster Losses from the EMDAT Database

Updates to R package emdatr: Global Disaster Losses from the EMDAT Database | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
The EMDAT database provides valuable information on human and financial losses from natural disasters around the world.

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Dutch Bucket Hydroponic System

Dutch Bucket Hydroponic System | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
This, like all my other instructables is dedicated to my beloved daughter Rachael Marie who was taken from me way to early in life.Here it is folks, T...
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A hive plot of hospitality received by Coalition Special Advisers

A hive plot of hospitality received by Coalition Special Advisers | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
With political transparency an increasingly topical subject in the wake of press scandals and allegations of official coverup, it is a useful exercise to examine any data reflecting the interaction between our leaders and our purveyors of news.

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The eLearning Guild: Community & Resources for eLearning Professionals

The eLearning Guild: Community & Resources for eLearning Professionals | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
The eLearning Guild is a community of practice for designers, developers, and managers of eLearning.
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De todo para el diseñador de elearning

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RStudio - Shiny Lessons

RStudio - Shiny Lessons | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
Shiny Lessons (different from Shiny Tutorial in Github) - A progressive discovery of concepts. http://t.co/tSBMwDWiM2 #rstats

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Why I Think Atlético De Madrid Will Win 2013/14 Spanish Liga Of Football

Why I Think Atlético De Madrid Will Win 2013/14 Spanish Liga Of Football | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
Prediction is difficult, especially of the future (Mark Twain) Let me start with two important premises. First of all, I am not into football so I do not support any team. Second, this post is just...

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Anything but R-bitrary: Statistics meets rhetoric: A text analysis of "I Have a Dream" in R

Anything but R-bitrary: Statistics meets rhetoric: A text analysis of "I Have a Dream" in R | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
pretty cool techniques/code RT @tylerrinker: A text analysis of "I Have a Dream" in #rstats (#ggplot2 #qdap) http://t.co/HVXzvCfcOE

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Where the whisky flavor profile data came from

Where the whisky flavor profile data came from | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
Our crack-shot R trainer Luba Gloukhov generated a spirited (pun intended!) discussion from her post K-means Clustering 86 Single Malt Scotch Whiskies, with mentions of her analysis at FlowingData and Reddit amongst others.
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10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic | e-Learning ...

10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic | e-Learning ... | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic By 2015 80% of people will be accessing the Internet from mobile devices. In 2012, 65% of workers.

Via Jon Samuelson
Miguel Garcia Mulet's insight:

If you're in the Training business, you need to look at your phone more closely.

Thanks to Jon Patterson or this Scoop!

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Training in Business's curator insight, December 28, 2013 6:55 AM

10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic

Joseph Hill Ed.D's curator insight, December 30, 2013 7:51 AM

How might this shape our investment behaviors in 2014?

Craig Seasholes's curator insight, January 4, 4:39 PM

Gotta stay mobile (and infographical) because that's where we're all headed.

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The Functional Art: An Introduction to Information Graphics and Visualization: Infographics with Adobe Illustrator

The Functional Art: An Introduction to Information Graphics and Visualization: Infographics with Adobe Illustrator | Learning and Design | Scoop.it
Data Visualization blog
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