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Europresse : la presse pour tous les publics PSL

14 mai 2018 Ressources en ligne

Via PSL-Explore et Europresse, les usagers de l'Université PSL peuvent accéder à la presse en ligne.

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Tutoriel sur les brevets d'invention

13 mars 2018 Propriété intellectuelle

PSl et l'Urfist (Unité régionale de Formation à l’Information scientifique et technique / École nationale des Chartes) proposent un tutoriel sur la Propriété industrielle (P.I.).

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L'outil de cartographie ChronoFab

19 février 2018 Humanités numériques

Le laboratoire AOrOc (CNRS-ENS-PSL) a développé un outil de SIG (système d'information géographique), mis à disposition des chercheurs et étudiants pour la visualisation de données

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Scribus tools for text

22 septembre 2016 Open source

Attention to detail is really important when working on your poster. In this tutorial we’ll see some more advanced features for textual content, as well as how to properly export your files so as to print easily.

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Introduction to Scribus

12 juillet 2016 Open source

It’s inevitable that at some point, we all need as researchers to create a poster to display our work. Organizing information is fundamental and, as a result, it is crucial to use the right tools. Scribus is efficient open source software for this task. We propose a short introduction to it in this tutorial.

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Visualizing your data : boxplots vs. bar plots

02 juin 2016 Data visualization

Data visualization is a recurrent problem in all domains of data-driven science.

Despite the existence of a plethora of data visualization possibilities, there is an over-prevalence of bar plots. Given that bar plots reveal precious little about the distribution of data, this type of visualization can be misleading.

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Resolution and DPI

29 avril 2016 Image editing

It is not always clear what the relation is between the size of images seen on screen and their size once printed on paper. We have seen in previous tutorials how much resolution matters to obtain high quality figures. In this tutorial, let us consider the impact of resolution on printed images.

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Adjusting plots with Inkscape

29 mars 2016 Image editing

Graphs in general are a wonderful way to display data. They can help us to quickly analyse patterns and to understand our numbers at a glance. Even better than having good results is displaying them nicely!

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Introduction to Inkscape

07 décembre 2015 Image editing

It’s an everyday need for us researchers to create fluxograms, graphs, schematics or any other graphic way to help the public better understand our results. When it comes to a simple presentation, the default tools may suffice, however, for more complex tasks, we need extra help - that’s when Inkscape comes into play.

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Working with layers on GIMP

17 novembre 2015 Image editing

If you need to create a composition with two or more images, you’re going to need to better understand the concept of layers. In this tutorial we explore the GIMP layer system through a practical example.

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