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Twist: why do you like do science? [edit]

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Written by on Sept. 6, 2012 in OT: Topic.

Name: Twist: why do you like do science?
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The question is straight forward. Why are you doing science and how you got interested in it?


sandbox thread [edit]

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Written by on Sept. 6, 2012 .

Name: sandbox thread
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This is a sandbox thread. play in this thread to understand how the loom works.


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Use cases of the loom [edit]

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Written by on Sept. 5, 2012 .

Name: Use cases of the loom
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The loom module in metaStudio has several functions.

  • a discussion forum
  • a mailing list
  • quiz or a questionnaire: a person has a set of questions seeking responses from multiple people (a quistionnaire or a quiz if you want to assess the responses). Here you are not expecting responses immediately, but there does exist a time limit.
  • an online public meeting, when all the members are informed of the time of the meeting and they exchange messages synchronously.

If you want to use it as a discussion forum, set the start time as the date on which it is created, and ...


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Orgmode Editor [edit]

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Written by on Aug. 14, 2012 .

Name: Orgmode Editor
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Whenever you have to write or compose some text on the metaStudio site, you will get a text editor that uses arguably one of the simple markup editors to write very complex text documents. This is called orgmode originally developed for the editor Emacs. You can learn how to write an orgmode from the http://orgmode.org/. Though the documentation at the orgmode.org site assumes the use of the GNU Emacs editor on your computer, it is not necessary to use Emacs for composing the text on this site. But if you know Emacs already, you can use Emacs ...


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