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ouseful.info, the blog...trying to find useful things to do with emerging technologies in open education and data journalismabouteditorial policysearch february 15, 2017 open educational resources from government and parliament mentioning to a colleague yesterday that the uk parliamentary library published research briefings and reports on topics of emerging interest, as well as to support legislation, that often provided a handy, informed, and politically neutral  overview of a subject area that could make for a useful learning resource, the question was asked whether or not they might have anything on the “internet of things”. the answer is not much, but it got me thinking a bit more about the range of documents and document types produced across parliament and government that can be used to educate and inform, as well as contribute to debate. in other words, to what extent might such documents be used in an educational sense, whether in the sense of providing knowledge and information about a topic, providing a structured review of a topic area and the issues associated with it, raising questions about an issue, or reporting on an analysis of it. (there are also opportunities for learning from some of the better parliamentary debates, for example in terms of how to structure an argument, or explore the issues associated with an issue, but hansard is out of scope of this post!) (also note that i’m coming at this as a technologist, interested as much in the social processes, concerns and consequences associated with science and technology as much as the deep equations and principles that tend to be be taught as the core of the subject, at least in he. and that i’m interested not just on how we can support the teaching and learning of current undergrads, but also how we can enculturate them into the availability and use of certain types of resource that are likely to continue being produced into the future, and as such provide a class of resources that will continue to support the learning and education of students once they leave formal education.) so using iot as a hook to provide examples, here’s the range of documents i came up with. (at some point it maybe worth tabulating this to properly summarise the sorts of information these reports might came, the communicative point of the document (to inform, persuade, provide evidence for or against something, etc), and any political bias that may be likely (in policy docs, for example). parliamentary library research briefings the parliamentary library produces a range of research briefings to cover matters of general interest (commons briefing papers, lords library notes), perhaps identified through multiple questions asked of the library by members?, as well as background to legislation (commons debate packs, lords in focus), through the commons and lords libraries respectively. some of the research briefings include data sets (do a web search for site:http://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/ filetype:xlsx) which can also be quite handy. there are also postnotes from the parliamentary office of science and technology, aka post. for access to briefings on matters currently in the house, the parliament website provides timely/handy pages that list briefings documents for matters in the house today/this week. in addition, there are feeds available for recent briefings from all three: commons briefing papers feed, lords library notes feed, postnotes feed. if you’re looking for long reads and still use a feed reader, get subscribing;-) wider parliamentary documents the parliament website also supports navigation of topical issues such as science and technology, as well as sub-topics, such as internet and cybercrime. (i’m not sure how the topics/sub-topics are identified or how the graph is structured… that may be one to ask about when i chat to parliamentary library folk next week?:-) within the topic areas, relevant commons and lords related library research briefings are listed, as well as postnotes, select committee reports and early day motions. (by the by, it’s also worth noting that chunks of the parliament website are currently in scope of a website redesign.) government documents along with legislation currently going through parliament that is published on the parliament website (along with hansard reports that record, verbatim(-ish!) proceedings of debates in either house), explanatory notes provided by the government department bringing a bill provide additional, supposedly more accessible/readable, information around it. reports are also published by government offices. for example, the blackett review (2014) on the internet of things was a government office for science report from the uk government chief scientific adviser at the time (the internet of things: making the most of the second digital revolution). or how about a report from the intellectual property office on eight great technologies: the internet of things. briefing documents also appear in a variety of other guises. for example, competitions (such as the centre for defence enterprise (cde) competition on security for the internet of things, or ofcom’s consultation on more radio spectrum for the internet of things) and consultations may both provide examples of how to start asking questions about a particular topic area (questions that may help to develop critical thinking, prompt critical reflection, or even provide ideas for assessment!). occasionally, you can also turn up a risk assessments or cost benefit analysis, such as this department for business, energy & industrial strategy smart meter roll-out (gb): cost-benefit analysis. ec parliamentary research service in passing, it’s also worth noting that the ec parliamentary research service also do briefings, such as this report on the internet of things: opportunities and challenges, as well as publishing resources linked from topic based pages, such as the digital single market them topic page on the internet of things. summary in providing support for all members of the house, the parliamentary research services must produce research briefings that can be used by both sides of the house. this may stand in contrast to documents produced by government that may be influenced by particular policy (and political) objectives, or formal reports published by industry bodies and the big consultancies (the latter often producing reports that are either commissioned on behalf of government or published to try to promote some sort of commercial interest that can be sold to government) that may have a lobbying aim. as i’ve suggested previously, (news, courses and scrutiny and learning problems and consultation based curricula), maybe we could/should be making more use of them as part of higher education course readings, not just as a way of getting a quick, npov view over a topic area, bus also as a way of introduce students to a form of free and informed content, produced in timely way in response to issues of the day. in short, a source that will continue to remain relevant and current over the coming years, as students (hopefully) become lifelong, continuing learners. written by tony hirst 1 comment posted in infoskills, library february 7, 2017 personalised parliamentary printing on demand? after starting to reread my 6th edition copy of how parliament works over the weekend, which is now notably dated, i had a quick poke around amazon looking to see whether there’s a more recent edition (there is…). in doing so, i saw various mentions to  historical “standing orders of the house of commons“. a quick search of the parliament website turned up an appropriate page, and a link to a pdf of the 2016 orders. having a print copy of such a document to leave laying around means i’ll able to start to pick up stuff from it using osmotic reading(?!;-), but i couldn’t find anywhere to buy such a copy. and printing it out on looseleaf a4 is way too much like faffing around. however, it seems that on the one hand parliamentary licensing is quite liberal (the open parliament license), and on the other, no-one would know anyway if i uploaded the pdf and got it printed on-demand, in bound copy, private access style, from lulu: with a two or three quid for postage, that comes in at less than the “cover price” of £10 too. which got me thinking… maybe i should try to find some other reference material to bundle into the “book” too? the additional page charge for another couple of hundred pages makes no difference to the marginal cost of the postage etc… (unfortunately, parliament doesn’t distribute an electronic copy of erskine may. instead, you need a library, or several hundred quid to give to lexis nexis.) it’s a shame lulu closed their api down, too… that could have been a useful way of eg auto-generating some pod/book printed copies of report and consultation document readings that i typically open into tabs and then never read. (osmotic reading of long form content through a screen is something i still struggle to do…) ps if you’ve never tried a lulu book before, here’s one i prepared earlier… ;-) written by tony hirst leave a comment posted in anything you want february 3, 2017 with tech as my witness we will, i think, be seeing increasing use of the surveillance devices we’ve carry with us and have installed in homes as sources of “tech witness” evidence in the courts… for example, at the end of last year were reports of the prosecution of a 2015 crime in which the police requested copies of records (court papers, 08/26/2016 01:36 pm search warrant filed) from amazon’s audio surveillance device, the amazon echo (bbc, guardian, independent; the article that broke the story from the information is subscription only). form the justification of the request for the search warrant: on ??, the honorable judge ?? reviewed and approved a search warrant for ??’s residence once again, located at ??, specifically for the search and seizure of electronic devices capable of storing and transmitting any form of data that could be related to this investigation. officers executed this search warrant on this same date and during the course of the search, i located an amazon echo device in the kitchen, lying on the kitchen counter next to the refrigerator, plugged into the wall outlet. i had previously observed this device in the same position and state during the previous search warrant on ??. … while searching ??’ residence, we discovered numerous devices that were used for “smart home” services, to include a “nest” thermometer that is wi-fi connected and remotely controlled, a honeywell alarm system that included door monitoring alarms and motion sensor in the living room, a wireless weather monitoring system outside on the back patio, and wemo devices in the garage area for remote-activated lighting purposes that had not been opened yet. all of these devices, to include the amazon echo device, can be controlled remotely using a cell phone, computer, or other device capable of communicating through a network and are capable of interacting with one another through the use of one or more applications or programs. through investigation, it was learned that during the time period of ??’s time at the residence, music was being wirelessly streamed throughout the home and onto the back patio of the residence, which could have been activated and controlled utilizing the amazon echo device or an application for the device installed on ??’s cell apple iphone. the amazon echo device is constantly listening for the “wake” command of “alexa” or “amazon,” and records any command, inquiry, or verbal gesture given after that point, or possibly at all times without the “wake word” being issued, which is uploaded to amazon.com’s servers at a remote location. it is believed that these records are retained by amazon.com and that they are evidence related to the case under investigation. on ??, amazon.com was served with a search warrant that was reviewed and approved by circuit court judge ?? on the same date. the search warrant was sent through amazon’s law enforcement email service and was also sent through united states postal service certified mail to their corporate headquarters in tumwater, washington. the search warrant was received by amazon through the mail on ??, and representatives with amazon have been in contact with this agency since receiving the search warrant. in speaking with their law enforcement liaison, greg haney, i was informed on two separate occasions that amazon was in possession of the requested data in the search warrant but needed to consult with their counsel prior to complying with the search warrant. as of ??, amazon has not provided our agency with the requested data and an extension for the originally ordered search warrant was sought. after being served with the second search warrant, amazon did not comply with providing all of the requested information listed in the search warrant, specifically any information that the echo device could have transmitted to their servers. this agency maintains custody of the echo device and it has since been learned that the device contains hardware capable of storing data, to potentially include time stamps, audio files,\nor other data. it is believed that the device may contain evidence related to this investigation and a search of the device itself will yield additional data pertinent to this case. our agency has also maintained custody of ??’s cell phone, an lg model lg—e980, and ??’s cell phone, a huawei nexus cell phone, that was seized from ?? as a result of his arrest on ??, and we have been unable to access the data stored on the devices due to a passcode lock on them. despite efforts to obtain the passcode, the devices could not be accessed. our agency now has the ability to utilize data extraction methods that negate the need for passcodes and efforts to search ?? and ??’s devices will continue upon issuance of this warrant. today, via @charlesarthur (& also schneier), i notice a story describing how cops use pacemaker data to charge homeowner with arson, insurance fraud. (i found some (court records middletown, butler county, 16cra04386) but couldn’t find/see the filing for the warrant?) it seems that “[p]olice set out to disprove ??’s story … by obtaining a search warrant to collect data from [his] pacemaker. wlwt5 reported that the cops wanted to know “??’s heart rate, pacer demand and cardiac rhythms before, during and after the fire.” this builds on previous examples of fitbit data being called on as evidence in at least of couple of us court cases, challenging claims made by individuals that they were engaged in one sort of behaviour when their logged physiological data suggested they were not. and of course, many cars now have their own black box, which is likely to include ever more detailed data logs. for example, a recent report by the us depart of transportation national highway traffic safety administration (nhtsa) included reference to “data logs, image files, and records related to the crashes … provided by tesla in response to nhtsa subpoenas.” it’ll be interesting to see the extent to which contemporary data/video/audio collecting devices will be viewed as reliable (or unreliable) witnesses, and further down the line, the extent to which algorithmic classifications are trusted. for example, in using ocr to extract the text from the scanned pdf of the court filing shown above, which for some reason i had to convert to a jpg image before apache tika running on docker cloud would extract text from it, i noticed on one page it has mis-recognised amazon servers as amazon sewers. ps in passing, i’m quite amazed at how much personal information is made available via public documents associated with the justice system in the us. pps in passing, i note this (now closed) consultation from ofgem on mandatory half-hour settlement (which is to say, logging your energy usage every half an hour). fwiw, here’s the ico’s response. written by tony hirst leave a comment posted in anything you want january 30, 2017 ideas for data journalism exercises number 237 – “prescribing cuts” via andy dickinson’s media mill gazette open data / data journalism newsletter (issue 92), i notice that croydon clinical commissioning group appears to have taken a decision to stop prescribing specialist baby formula. hmmm… although hospital prescription data is not typically released as public data (though i wonder, is it foiable?), which ruled out a quick sunday morning data dive chasing the weekend newspaper story that drugs firms are accused of putting cancer patients at risk over price hikes, prescribing data is available for gps, both as an open data download and via the openprescribing api. so a wondering for a possible data dive… for gps in a particular ccg (easy enough to find), could we find prescriptions relating to the baby milk formulas mentioned in the croydon story (nutramigen and neocate) and then see how related prescribing – and costs of prescribing – have changed over the last 12 months? yet another thing to add to the “could do this if my time was my own” list… written by tony hirst leave a comment posted in anything you want january 30, 2017 detecting features in data using symbolic coding and regular expression pattern matching one of the reasons i dive into motorsport results and timing data every so often is that it gives me a quite limited set of data to play with. in turn, this means i have to get creative when it comes to reshaping the data to see what visuals i can pull out of it, as generating derived datasets to see what other story forms and insights might be hidden in there. one of the things i hope to do with the wrc data is push a bit more on automatically generating text-based race reports from the data. part of the trick here is spotting patterns that can be be mapped onto textual tropes, common sorts of phrase or sentence that you are likely to see in the more vanilla forms of sports reporting. (“x led the race from the start”, “despite a poor start to the stage, y went on to win it, n seconds ahead of z in second place” and so on.) so how can we spot the patterns? one way is to write a sql query that detects a particular pattern in the data and uses that to flag a possible event (for example, detecting undercuts in f1 races using r). another might be to cast the data as a graph and then detect features using graph based algorithms (eg identifying position change groupings in rank ordered lists). during the middle of last night, i woke up wondering whether or not it would be possible to cast simple feature components as symbols and then use a regular expression pattern matcher to identify a particular sort of pattern from a symbolic string. so here’s a quick proof of concept… from the wrc monte carlo 2107 rally, stage 3, some split times and rank positions at each split. here’s a visual representation of the same (the number labels are rank position at each split, the y-axis is the delta to the fastest time recorded over that split (the “sector time”, if you will, derived data from the original results data). for each driver, you may be able to spot several shapes. for example, ogier is way behind at the first split, but then gains over the rest of the stage, kreeke and breen lose time at the second split, hanninen loses it on the final part of the stage, and so on. can we code for these different patterns, and then detect them? so that seems to work okay… now all i need to do is come up with some suitable symbolic encodings and pattern matching strings… hmmm… vague memories… i wonder if there are any symbolic dynamics algorithms or finite state machine grammar parsers i could make use of? written by tony hirst leave a comment posted in f1stats tagged with wrcdj january 30, 2017 algorithmic pareidolia exactly… (according to collins english dictionary, pareidolia, (noun), the imagined perception of a pattern or meaning where it does not actually exist, as in considering the moon to have human features.) written by tony hirst 1 comment posted in anything you want january 27, 2017 python code stepper / debugger / tutor for jupyter notebooks – nbtutor whilst reviewing / scoping* possible programming editor environments for the new level 1 courses, one of the things i was encouraged to look at was philip guo’s interactive python tutor. according the the original writeup (philip j. guo. online python tutor: embeddable web-based program visualization for cs education. in proceedings of the acm technical symposium on computer science education (sigcse), march 2013), the application has an html front end that calls on on a backend debugger: “the online python tutor backend takes the source code of a python program as input and produces an execution trace as output. the backend executes the input program under supervision of the standard python debugger module (bdb), which stops execution after every executed line and records the program’s run-time state.” the current version of the online tutor supports a wider range of languages – python, java, javascript, typescript, ruby, c, and c++ – which presumably have their own backend interpreter and use a common trace response format? the tutor itself allows you to step through code snippets a line at a time, displaying a trace of the current variable values. another nice feature of the online python tutor, though it was a bit ropey when i first tried it out a few months ago, was the shared session support, that a learner and a tutor see, via a shared link, the same session, with an additional chat box allowing them to chat over the shared experience in realtime. whilst the online python tutor allows urls to saved programs (“tutorials”) to be generated and shared: link to the demo shown in the movie above. the code is actually passed via the url. one of the problems with the online python tutor is that requires a network connection so that the code can be passed to the interpreter back end, executed to generate the code trace, and then passed back to the browser. it didn’t take long for folk to start embedding the tutor in an iframe to give a pseudo-traceability experience in the notebook context, but now the online python tutor inspired nbtutor extension makes cell based tracing against the local python kernel possible**. the nbtutor extension provides cell by cell tracing (when running a cell, all the code in the cell is executed, the trace returned, and then available for visualising. note that all variables in scope are displayed in the trace, even if they have been set in other cells outside of the nbtutor magic. (i’m not sure if there’s a setting that allows you just to display the variables that are referenced within the cell?)  it is also possible to clear all variables in the global scope via a magic parameter, with a prompt to confirm that you really do want to clear out all those variable values. i’m not sure that the best way would be to go about framing nbtutor exercises in a jupyter notebook context, but i note that the notebooks used to support the mpr213 (programming and information technology) course from the department of mechanical and aeronautical engineering in the faculty of engineering, built environment and information technology at the university of pretoria now include nbtutor examples. footnotes: * a cynic might say scoping in the sense not seriously considering anything other than the environments that had already been decided on before the course production process had really started… ;-) i also preferred blockpy over scratch, for example. my feeling was that if the ou was going to put developer effort in (the original claim was we wouldn’t have to put effort into scratch, though of course we are because scratch wasn’t quite right…) we could add more value to the ou and the community by getting involved with blockpy, rather than a programming environment developed for primary school kids. looking again at the “friendly” error messages that the blockpy environment offers, i’m starting to wondering if elements of that could be reused for some ipython notebook magic… ** again, i’m of the mind that were it 20 years ago, porting the online python tutor to the jupyter notebook context might have been something we’d have considered doing in the ou… written by tony hirst 1 comment posted in anything you want, ou2.0 tagged with jupyter older posts © aj hirst 2008-2016 attribution: tony hirst. search for: contact email me (tony hirst) follow @psychemedia bookmarks presentations email subscription enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 1,757 other followers subscribe in a reader my other blogs f1datajunkie blog f1 data tinkerings digital worlds blog game design uncourse visual gadgets blog visualisation bits'n'pieces digital worlds blogaugmented reality and autonomous vehicles – enabled by the same technologies?using cameras to capture objects as well as imagesinterlude – ginger facial rigging modelrecap – enabling the impossiblethe photorealistic effect…custom search engines churnalism times - polls (search recent polls/surveys) churnalism times (search press releases) coursedetective uk university degree course prospectuses uk university libraries infoskills resources ouseful web properties search how do i? 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