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    Authors: David N. Matzig; Renata Pedroso de Araujo; Mercedes Okumura; Astolfo G. M. Araujo; +6 Authors

    Maintainer of this repository: David N. Matzig (<david.matzig@cas.au.dk>) Published in: Renata Pedroso de Araujo, Felix Riede, Mercedes Okumura, Astolfo G. M. Araujo, Alice Leplongeon, Colin Wren, José Ramón Rabuñal, Marcelo Cardillo, María Barrera Cruz, David N. Matzig (2023) Benchmarking methods and data for the whole-outline geometric morphometric analysis of lithic tools. Evolutionary Anthropology. Overview of contents and how to reproduce: This repository contains the data collaboratively collected and prepared in the workshop "Cultural evolutionary tools for stone tool shape analysis: Geometric morphometrics and Bayesian phylogenetics" hosted at the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, in Aarhus, Denmark in September 2022. The dataset present in the folder `database` contains outlines together with their associated metadata of 646 artefacts collected from eight different countries, spanning a timeframe of ~18.000 to 500 years BP. For further information, please refer to the Supplementary Informations. After downloading, the results can be reproduced using `CES_2022_workshop.Rproj` and the existing folder structure. The required packages and their versions which have been used in this study are listed below and in the `DESCRIPTION`-file. All analyses and visualisations presented in this paper were prepared in R 4.2.1 under Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS (64-bit). Required R-packages and their versions: The R code provides an example on how to load, inspect, and plot different aspects of the data. It requires the following R-packages: dplyr (>= 1.0.8), ggplot2 (>= 3.4.0), ggthemes (>= 4.2.4), magrittr (>= 2.0.2), Momocs (>= 1.3.0), outlineR (>= 0.1.0), raster (>= 3.5-15), readr (>= 2.1.2), remotes (>= 2.4.2), rgeos (>= 0.5-9), rworldmap (>= 1.3-6), sp (>= 1.4-6). Licenses: Code: MIT <http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT> year: 2023, copyright holder: David Nicolas Matzig

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    Authors: Klindt, William Grynderup; Schmidt, Luchas Nickolaj; Nielsen, Jacob Peter Diesel;

    This study explores the use of Natural Language Processing as a tool for online reviews. By drawing on theories about machine learning, this article investigates how to develop a Natural Language Processing model in Python. The authors present two machine learning models which were developed through an iterative design process and by implementing various approaches from the TRIN-model. This study concludes that machine learning models like ours might not have a significant impact on the future of reviews, but we are optimistic about the potential of Natural Language Processing as a tool for categorizing specific aspects of a company’s services. This conclusion is based on the analysis and discussion of the results we gathered from our Natural Language Processing models.

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    Authors: Lovotti, Ivo Joaquin; Musco, Andrea; Kadir, Seda Elena;

    This report illustrates the factors that influence the decision-making processes of individuals whentaking part in the contemporary art market, notwithstanding the risk often attributed to such asset and the economic uncertainty of periods such as the aftermath of Covid-19. By examining the motivations from different perspectives, this report aims to shed light on the dynamics of the contemporary art market and its resilience in the face of economic instability. To answer the research question what factors drive individuals in Denmark to take part in the contemporary art market amidst the current economic uncertainty? We carry out semi-structured interviews with two amateur art buyers, one curator, and two owners of renowned contemporary art galleries. The results show that investing in contemporary art 1) yields socio-economic advantages 2) is influenced by trust towards the artist, and 3) is a matter of familial background. The research emphasizes how these factors influences the perception of risk in the individuals when investing in a piece of contemporary art. The purpose of this study is to identify the key factors that affect participants' engagement with the art market by investigating their personal motivations, risk perceptions, and investment strategies. The research is also particularly useful and relevant given the current economic uncertainty and its potential effects on the investment landscape. The results of this study will add to the body of knowledge that exists aboutthe contemporary art investment market by giving a more in-depth and precise understanding of the factors that influence people to invest in art despite the current state of the economy.

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    Authors: Majek, Zuzanna Weronika;

    This project examines the influence of the myth of Danish design on the consumption of Danish furniture. Danish design has historically been associated with qualities such as timelessness, craftsmanship, tradition and beauty and has played a significant role in the development of Danish society and culture. The construction of the category of modernist Danish design and its narratives was shaped by a social network of individuals and organizations, linking Danish design to notions of good taste and healthy living. Today, Danish design is praised for the same understated and high-quality features which legitimize its contemporary success.By drawing on Roland Barthes' theory of myth and Pierre Bourdieu's concept of cultural capital, this study investigates both the way in which the myth of Danish design is created, and consumed. The analysis combines a semiotic examination of Danish design mythology with a conceptual content analysis of interviews conducted by a Danish furniture company, Fredericia, as part of their celebration of Børge Mogensen's Folkestolen’s 75th anniversary.The findings reveal that the myth of Danish design influences the consumption of Danish furniture by communicating symbolic valuations associated with positive attributes such as beauty, timelessness, and fine craftsmanship. Simultaneously, the myth perpetuates ideological narratives that serve the interests of dominant power groups in society, including the Danish nation state, the furniture industry and even certain groups of consumers. The furniture industry strategically exploits the myth to drive desirability and capitalize on the associations carried within Danish design.This research underscores the sociocultural function of myth, which constructs markers of social, national, and personal identity. Danish furniture transcends its functional and aesthetic aspects, becoming a symbol of economic and cultural wealth and social status. Simultaneously, the myth of Danish design distorts ideological narratives around class dominance and power and naturalizes the notions of nationalism and Danishness into signifieds of tradition, health, functionalism, sustainability, and social accessibility. The analysis situates consumption within the context of cultural capital, modern mythology, and late-stage capitalism, highlighting the transformation of furniture into tools for managing self-identity, and signifiers of social status and taste. The holders of cultural capital benefit from perpetuating the myth of Danish design, securing both material and symbolic profits from ownership of Danish furniture. Thus the class elite utilizes its cultural competence to maintain its capital and power dominance in society, as cultural capital reproduces social structures.This research investigates the complex interplay between the myth of Danish design, the consumption of Danish furniture, and their sociocultural implications. By critically examining the myth's influence, this study offers insights into the mechanisms by which design narratives and cultural capital shape consumption and perpetuate power dynamics in society.

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    Authors: David N. Matzig; Renata Pedroso de Araujo; Mercedes Okumura; Astolfo G. M. Araujo; +6 Authors

    Maintainer of this repository: David N. Matzig (<david.matzig@cas.au.dk>) Published in: Renata Pedroso de Araujo, Felix Riede, Mercedes Okumura, Astolfo G. M. Araujo, Alice Leplongeon, Colin Wren, José Ramón Rabuñal, Marcelo Cardillo, María Barrera Cruz, David N. Matzig (2023) Benchmarking methods and data for the whole-outline geometric morphometric analysis of lithic tools. Evolutionary Anthropology. Overview of contents and how to reproduce: This repository contains the data collaboratively collected and prepared in the workshop "Cultural evolutionary tools for stone tool shape analysis: Geometric morphometrics and Bayesian phylogenetics" hosted at the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, in Aarhus, Denmark in September 2022. The dataset present in the folder `database` contains outlines together with their associated metadata of 646 artefacts collected from eight different countries, spanning a timeframe of ~18.000 to 500 years BP. For further information, please refer to the Supplementary Informations. After downloading, the results can be reproduced using `CES_2022_workshop.Rproj` and the existing folder structure. The required packages and their versions which have been used in this study are listed below and in the `DESCRIPTION`-file. All analyses and visualisations presented in this paper were prepared in R 4.2.1 under Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS (64-bit). Required R-packages and their versions: The R code provides an example on how to load, inspect, and plot different aspects of the data. It requires the following R-packages: dplyr (>= 1.0.8), ggplot2 (>= 3.4.0), ggthemes (>= 4.2.4), magrittr (>= 2.0.2), Momocs (>= 1.3.0), outlineR (>= 0.1.0), raster (>= 3.5-15), readr (>= 2.1.2), remotes (>= 2.4.2), rgeos (>= 0.5-9), rworldmap (>= 1.3-6), sp (>= 1.4-6). Licenses: Code: MIT <http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT> year: 2023, copyright holder: David Nicolas Matzig

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    Authors: Klindt, William Grynderup; Schmidt, Luchas Nickolaj; Nielsen, Jacob Peter Diesel;

    This study explores the use of Natural Language Processing as a tool for online reviews. By drawing on theories about machine learning, this article investigates how to develop a Natural Language Processing model in Python. The authors present two machine learning models which were developed through an iterative design process and by implementing various approaches from the TRIN-model. This study concludes that machine learning models like ours might not have a significant impact on the future of reviews, but we are optimistic about the potential of Natural Language Processing as a tool for categorizing specific aspects of a company’s services. This conclusion is based on the analysis and discussion of the results we gathered from our Natural Language Processing models.

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    Authors: Lovotti, Ivo Joaquin; Musco, Andrea; Kadir, Seda Elena;

    This report illustrates the factors that influence the decision-making processes of individuals whentaking part in the contemporary art market, notwithstanding the risk often attributed to such asset and the economic uncertainty of periods such as the aftermath of Covid-19. By examining the motivations from different perspectives, this report aims to shed light on the dynamics of the contemporary art market and its resilience in the face of economic instability. To answer the research question what factors drive individuals in Denmark to take part in the contemporary art market amidst the current economic uncertainty? We carry out semi-structured interviews with two amateur art buyers, one curator, and two owners of renowned contemporary art galleries. The results show that investing in contemporary art 1) yields socio-economic advantages 2) is influenced by trust towards the artist, and 3) is a matter of familial background. The research emphasizes how these factors influences the perception of risk in the individuals when investing in a piece of contemporary art. The purpose of this study is to identify the key factors that affect participants' engagement with the art market by investigating their personal motivations, risk perceptions, and investment strategies. The research is also particularly useful and relevant given the current economic uncertainty and its potential effects on the investment landscape. The results of this study will add to the body of knowledge that exists aboutthe contemporary art investment market by giving a more in-depth and precise understanding of the factors that influence people to invest in art despite the current state of the economy.

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    Authors: Majek, Zuzanna Weronika;

    This project examines the influence of the myth of Danish design on the consumption of Danish furniture. Danish design has historically been associated with qualities such as timelessness, craftsmanship, tradition and beauty and has played a significant role in the development of Danish society and culture. The construction of the category of modernist Danish design and its narratives was shaped by a social network of individuals and organizations, linking Danish design to notions of good taste and healthy living. Today, Danish design is praised for the same understated and high-quality features which legitimize its contemporary success.By drawing on Roland Barthes' theory of myth and Pierre Bourdieu's concept of cultural capital, this study investigates both the way in which the myth of Danish design is created, and consumed. The analysis combines a semiotic examination of Danish design mythology with a conceptual content analysis of interviews conducted by a Danish furniture company, Fredericia, as part of their celebration of Børge Mogensen's Folkestolen’s 75th anniversary.The findings reveal that the myth of Danish design influences the consumption of Danish furniture by communicating symbolic valuations associated with positive attributes such as beauty, timelessness, and fine craftsmanship. Simultaneously, the myth perpetuates ideological narratives that serve the interests of dominant power groups in society, including the Danish nation state, the furniture industry and even certain groups of consumers. The furniture industry strategically exploits the myth to drive desirability and capitalize on the associations carried within Danish design.This research underscores the sociocultural function of myth, which constructs markers of social, national, and personal identity. Danish furniture transcends its functional and aesthetic aspects, becoming a symbol of economic and cultural wealth and social status. Simultaneously, the myth of Danish design distorts ideological narratives around class dominance and power and naturalizes the notions of nationalism and Danishness into signifieds of tradition, health, functionalism, sustainability, and social accessibility. The analysis situates consumption within the context of cultural capital, modern mythology, and late-stage capitalism, highlighting the transformation of furniture into tools for managing self-identity, and signifiers of social status and taste. The holders of cultural capital benefit from perpetuating the myth of Danish design, securing both material and symbolic profits from ownership of Danish furniture. Thus the class elite utilizes its cultural competence to maintain its capital and power dominance in society, as cultural capital reproduces social structures.This research investigates the complex interplay between the myth of Danish design, the consumption of Danish furniture, and their sociocultural implications. By critically examining the myth's influence, this study offers insights into the mechanisms by which design narratives and cultural capital shape consumption and perpetuate power dynamics in society.

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