So, I presented our paper to ICQE22, and I am happy to report it was well received. I was paired with David Shaffer, who is seen as the Godfather of quantitative ethnography, so I had a very full room and lots of questions. I did miss @Nica and @Jan and @Richard to take the more anthropological questions (“wait, Gramsci was no anthropologist!”), but it went very well.
Now it’s time to cleanup. On my end – besides, of course, the final report – the needed activities are:
- Create the Zenodo upload for the data (in Tulip form) used for the ICQE22 paper.
- Export all POPREBEL interview data, and put them in a Zenodo upload. This is going to be a bit of a hassle, because my current export script does not cover gender (nor should it), and because we have three corpora. I think what I will do is to export each (single-language) corpus separately, and manually modify the
datapackage.jsonmetadata file so that it has
resourceentries for three annotation files, three codes files, and so on. t should not be a problem, because codes have unique IDs and so people could decide to treat them as a unified corpus, as well as maintain them separate.
- Export the codebook in human-readable form, and upload it to Zenodo.
- Submit the Applied Network Science paper. @bpinaud, have you finished revising the text?
To do all this, I need you guys to stop tweaking the codes. Or, at least, to stop for now: you can resume in 2023, but at that point we will have consistenc between the POPREBEL report and the POPREBEL data. We need to make sure that the former points to the version of the data I create now, and not to the dataset in general, since the latter will probably be updated later.
Does this work?