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DVC

DVC is a distributed revision control system and automation framework for data scientists. The DVC documentation is written primarily around machine learning applications, but very similar workflows pop up when performing many other kinds of statistical analysis or simulation. DVC leverages Git to track program code or scripts and provides large file storage using backends such as Amazon S3, Azure...

https://dvc.org
The Genius Recipe Tapes

Spurred by the massive increase in home cooking due to the pandemic, Food52 launched The Genius Recipe Tapes in September 2020. In addition to host Kristin Miglore interviewing cooks and food writers, Genius Recipe Tapes offers a number of handy features. For example, episode notes include links to recipes and more information about the foods and techniques discussed in the recordings. Perhaps...

https://geniuspodcast.food52.com
Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology

Founded in 2017, the Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology continuously publishes scholarship on a range of topics, including spatial analysis, semantic web, and statistics. The journal hopes "to foster debate about the crucial role of digital technologies within archaeology, and to promote the theoretically informed and interdisciplinary use of digital methods." Interested readers can...

https://journal.caa-international.org
Illustrated Version of the Declaration of Human Rights

Yesterday, December 10, the world celebrated Human Rights Day, a day commemorating the United Nations General Assembly's adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). This Declaration is available in hundreds of languages; in fact, it "is the most translated document in the world," and forms the basis of many of our universal conceptions of justice and equality. Explore this...

https://www.un.org/en/udhrbook/index.shtml
Facing History and Ourselves: Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Facing History and Ourselves is bringing equity and justice to the forefront of classroom curriculums. Their powerful work is no stranger to the Scout Report, and readers may remember the full trove of educator resources featured in the 09-25-2015 issue. In honor of Human Rights Day, instructors may want to explore a subset of the site's curriculum offerings focused on the Universal Declaration of...

https://www.facinghistory.org/resource-library/universal-dec...