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Web Observatory Workshop at WWW2014

The 2nd International Web Observatory Workshop (WOW2014) is being held today in conjunction with the 23nd International World Wide Web Conference, Seoul, Korea.

The web page for the workshop is on as last year.

We’ll make presentations available from the website. The papers are in the companion volume to the proceedings, on pages 1023 to 1072 – here is the list:

The Design of a Live Social Observatory System
Huanbo Luan, Juanzi Li, Maosong Sun, Tat-Seng Chua

Observing the Web by Understanding the Past: Archival Internet Research
Matthew S. Weber

Fluctuation and Burst Response in Social Media
Mizuki Oka, Yasuhiro Hashimoto, Takashi Ikegami

Humour Reactions in Crisis: A Proximal Analysis of Chinese Posts on Sina Weibo in Reaction to the Salt Panic of March 2011
Gareth Beeston, Manuel León Urrutia, Caroline Halcrow, Xianni Xiao, Lu Liu, Jinchuan Wang, Jinho Jay Kim, Kunwoo Park

Zooniverse: Observing the World’s Largest Citizen Science Platform
Robert Simpson, Kevin R. Page, David De Roure

Visualising Data in Web Observatories: A Proposal for Visual Analytics Development & Evaluation
Paul Booth, Wendy Hall, Nicholas Gibbins, Spyros Galanis

Legal and Ethical Considerations: Step 1b in Building a Health Web Observatory
Marie Joan Kristine T. Gloria, John S. Erickson, Joanne S. Luciano, Dominic DiFranzo, Deborah L. McGuinness

Towards a Taxonomy for Web Observatories
Ian C. Brown, Wendy Hall, Lisa Harris


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