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The first meeting of the winter programme was on Sunday. Besides the coffee, tea and feel-goodness we are going to try a little piece of structure this year to try and give everyone an opportunity to join in.

 

For each meeting well have some pre-arranged discussion points. One will be of the ‘would you believe it/I never knew that /cunning devils’ variety, from me probably. For example, one random one might be “Is it likely Honey bees have clocks in their antennae?” Fun, not a lecture.

 

The other will be much more open-ended and general, something where anyone regardless of their experience, might contribute and learn. This weekend we talked about “What do we have to do to ensure the health of our bees?”, and built a Wordcloud. If you haven’t come across Wordclouds there are just a graphic that displays and emphasises some text depending on some measure of it’s significance; the number of time a word appears or how important the word is for example. They are sometimes quite good at conveying the sense of a complex document, not that we said anything complex. Anyway, here is our first attempt at a Wordcloud.

 

 

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