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Customised Hello (GUI)

The JOptionPane class which is defined in the javax.swing package has a method called showInputDialog() that displays a dialog box which can be used to receive input. 299 more words

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Film "Creating Comoria" gets its own blog!

“CREATING COMORIA – a documentary on the Franco-Comorian music group Afropa in Marseilles” – the film which resulted from our audiovisual fieldwork conducted before the official start of research project POCUTRAS has been shown in Bayreuth in June 2014, in Vienna in October 2014, at various occasions in Marseille in winter 2014/15 and recently parts of the film have been shown as part of a presentation at a conference in Innsbruck (March 2015). 105 more words


Reading Contents of Zip Files from SAS

If you read by last post, I showed how one can download several files from a URL address. In this post, I will use macros to read the contents of the zip files downloaded earlier. 170 more words



“For ever since the world was created, people has seen the earth and sky.  Through everything God made, they can clearly see His invisible qualities — His eternal power and divine nature.”  Romans 1:20 (NLT) 407 more words

Famous Quotes (GUI)

The following program displays a famous quote by Robert Frost in a message dialog:

1 |import javax.swing.JOptionPane;
2 |
3 |public class FamousQuoteGUI {
4 |  public static void main(String[] args) { 
5 |    JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, 
6 |        "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I --\n "
7 |	   + "I took the one less traveled by, \n "
8 |	   + "and that has made all the difference.\""
9 |	   + "\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t~Robert Frost", 
10|	   "Famous Quote", JOptionPane.PLAIN_MESSAGE);
11|  } 
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Anthropology, science and the challenge of subjectivity

My (somewhat limited) experience teaching anthropology (particularly ecological anthropology) has left me somewhat flabbergasted as to what is taught at universities about science.

Basically, a common claim is that anthropology cannot be a science (unfortunately, not only prevalent among students as we will see) because anthropologists are people with intentions studying other people, also with intentions. 2,467 more words