Personal Science (book)
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Personal Science - Learning to observe is a book written by Gary Isaac Wolf in collaboration with Thomas Blomseth Christiansen, Jakob Eg Larsen, Martijn de Groot, Steven Jonas and Sara Riggare. A draft version of the book is currently available as an early access version (2022). The book aims to provide a step-by-step approach to generating personal knowledge by applying empirical methods.
Personal science projects[edit | edit source]
The book contains a large number of real-world examples of personal science projects done by various researchers. The table below provides an overview of these references to self-researchers and their projects mentioned in the book, alongside links to the projects.