[open-economics] R: open-economics Digest, Vol 32, Issue 1
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> 1. Open Econometrics / Metametrik informal meeting - London,
> Friday August 9, 12pm (Velichka Dimitrova)
>Date: Mon, 5 Aug 2013 17:05:32 +0100
>From: Velichka Dimitrova <velichka.dimitrova at okfn.org>
>Subject: [open-economics] Open Econometrics / Metametrik informal
> meeting - London, Friday August 9, 12pm
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>We would like to invite you to an informal meeting at the C4CC -
>http://creative-collaboration.net/ - on *August 9 at 12pm *to populate the
>Open Econometrics database and try out the database and search tool.
>At the end of May we gathered a small group in
>think about a format for the saving of regression results which would
>enable meta analysis of the economics literature.
>Our idea has evolved since then and we have decided to build a prototype
>which would enable the saving the the query of regression results:
>essentially faceted search for dependent and independent variables, models,
>journals, authors, JEL classification codes, key words, etc. See these
>mock-ups to get an idea of how this tool can be used:
>http://imgur.com/a/gCMtT. Martin Keegan has been working on the prototype
>and would be with us on Friday.
>Join us for this informal gathering, (optionally) bringing a number of
>papers which you would like to populate the database with - they can be the
>empirical papers of your field, of your favourite econometrician or journal.
>We need your help to get some results in the database and start building
>vocabularies for the variables and models used in economics. Do you know if
>any such vocabularies have been done until now?
>If you are not able to attend in person, let me know so that we could
>connect remotely. We expect to be around between 12pm and 6pm, drop by
>If you have any questions or suggestions or any other input, please let us
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