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use a staging database between source and output?
y John Mulqueen, a Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning Manager at Catholic Relief Services
crs  mande  m&e  data  laos  database 
4 weeks ago
GitHub - ericmhuntley/article-template
thadk starred ericmhuntley/article-template
github  needs-tags 
april 2018
GitHub - dumparkltd/preciousplastic-map
thadk starred dumparkltd/preciousplastic-map
github  needs-tags 
march 2018
Open Data in Developing Economies Toward Building an Evidence Base on What Works and How OPEN DATA IN DEVELOPING ECONOMIES AFRICAN MINDS 9 781928 331599 U User Research C Causes and Context Di Data Infrastructure Dh Data Holders Ds Data Security Pr Privac
Open Data’s Impact on Improving Government
Chapter 5 Burundi’s Open RBF 64
Chapter 6 India’s ESMI 78
Chapter 7 Open Development Cambodia 96
Chapter 8 Uganda’s iParticipate 109
Open Data’s Impact on Empowering Citizens
Chapter 9 GotToVote! Kenya 126
Chapter 10 Tanzania’s Open Education Dashboards 138
Chapter 11 South Africa’s Medicine Price Registry 152
Open Data’s Impact on Creating Opportunity
Chapter 12 Aclímate Colombia 170
Chapter 13 Ghana’s Esoko 191
Chapter 14 Jamaica’s Interactive Community Mapping 206
Open Data’s Impact on Solving Public Problems
Chapter 15 Nepal Earthquake Recovery 226
Chapter 16 Paraguay’s Dengue Prediction 248
february 2018
PDF output is searchable with Adobe Reader but not with Mac Preview - MobileRead Forums
I had the same issue with a couple of PDFs that were created with Calibre, and managed to fix it by transforming them using Ghostscript.
I ran the following command to have Ghostscript recreate the PDFs:
gs -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sOutputFile="<New PDF file>" "<Original PDF file>" refrr:https://www.google.com/
calibre  pdf  select  search  spotlight 
january 2018
Job Description - Policy Analysts – Digital Government (11905)
GOOD: experience working in a public sector digital government unit or similar function within government or with the public sector
oecd  job  career 
january 2018
Keesler Welch on Twitter: "David Laibson's 9 lenses on wellbeing since revealed preference is imperfect. #ASSA2018 https://t.co/3FZT2EQgy0"

1. Revealed preference
2. expert opinion (Samuelson on index funds; GDP; consumption)
3. Educated consumers (force a choice @ end of training session)
4. Choices with unshrouded information (but beware of oversalience)
5. Long-run behavior (repeated rounds of feedback)
6. Choices for the future (omitting present bias)
7. Structural models with normative preferences and biases
8. Altrustic third parties (?)
9. Subjective well-being (real time, ex-poste, ex-ante, affective, life satisfaction)
wellbeing  economics  assa2018 
january 2018
AI​ ​Now​ ​2017​ ​Report
Labor​ ​and​ ​Automation
Bias​ ​and​ ​Inclusion
Rights​ ​and​ ​Liberties
Ethics​ ​and​ ​Governance
report  ai  via:twitter  benkler  ainow  algorithms  bias  2017 
november 2017
1.12.13 — sh 1.12.13 documentation
I think everyone who ever uses the `sh` module greatly prefers it over `subprocess`.
python  bash  library  shell  programming 
october 2017
GitHub - calvinmetcalf/rollup-plugin-node-builtins
thadk starred calvinmetcalf/rollup-plugin-node-builtins
github  needs-tags 
august 2017
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