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Awareness Watch Newsletter V18N9 September 2020

Posted by Marcus Zillman

Awareness Watch Newsletter V18N9 September 2020                                              

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The September 2020 V18N9 Awareness Watch Newsletter is a freely available 50 page .pdf document (749KB) from the above URL. This month’s featured report covers Statistics Resources and Big Data 2020 and is a comprehensive listing of statistics and big data research resources, tools and alerts including search engines, directories, subject guides and index resources and sites on the Internet available for the 2020 year. The below list of the world wide web statistics and big data research sources is taken partially from my Subject Tracer™ white paper titled Statistics Resources and Big Data 2020 and is constantly updated with Subject Tracer™ bots at the following URL: These resources and sources will help you to discover the many new pathways available through the Internet to find the latest new and existing statistics and big data research, resources, sources, tools and sites. As this site is constantly updated it would be to your benefit to bookmark and return to the above URL frequently. The true way to search the Internet and social media for statistics and big data research resources, sources and tools is to use the below listed tools and resources and include the Deep Web. These resources will be your pathfinder to all the important and ever changing 2020 New Economy and statistics/big data research reference resources, tools and alerts!! Just completely updated with new links and all links validated. The Awareness Watch Spotters cover many excellent and newly released annotated current awareness resources, sources and tools as well as the latest identified Internet happenings and resources including a number of really neat and must-have tools! The Awareness Watch Article Review covers Mapping YouTube: A Quantitative Exploration of a Platformed Media System  by Bernhard Rieder, Oscar Coromina and Ariadna Matamoros-Fernandez .

This research is powered by Subject Tracer Bots™ available from the Virtual Private Library™.

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