About TINA

TINA is an informal workgroup at ISC-PIF gathering researchers and engineers from various higher education and research institutions. It relies on the ISC-PIF to host people and infrastructures for its projects.

Open Tools & Data

Community Explorer

Join the >2000 complex systems scholars and generate maps of the complex systems community on the fly.
Chavalarias & Castillo 2014 release.

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Tool for interactive exploration of multipartite graphs

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Real Time Twitter analytics

Some tweeter analytics tools and a public Twitter dataset, updated in real time.

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Case studies and projects

Which risks should you care about ?

Mapping Worlwide resarche on risks
Project in collaboration with AXA Research Fund.
Chavalarias, and Cointet 2013

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Science Phylomemies

Reconstructing Science evolution. A case studies on Future and Emerging Technologies
Chavalarias & Cointet 2013

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Monitoring Food Crisis

Montoring food crisis worlwide through newspaper mining.
A project made in collaboration with the United Nation initiative UN Global Pulse.
Chavalarias D, Cointet, JP, Cornilleau L., Duong T.K., Mogoutov A., Villard L., Roth C., Savy T. 2011

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Mapping controversies

What are the debates i the blogosphere about health and environment ?
Project in collaboration with the French Ministry of Research. Access on demand
Chavalarias, Roth and Cointet 2010

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What is the social game behind science

An online multi-players game to understand why publish or perish is not everything in science.
Chavalarias, Leenart, Panahi 2014

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Ne vous abstenez pas de savoir. Visualisation interactive des taux d'abstention aux elections municipales françaises.
Chavalarias & Leenart 2014

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Beware : bias are everywhere !

We used advanced text-mining and clustering techniques to evaluate 17,265,924 items from PubMed (1958-2008). We considered 235 bias terms and 103 other terms that appear commonly in articles dealing with bias.
Ioannidis and Chavalarias 2010

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