Now you can share your harmonisations with your colleagues with a simple share link!
We’ve added Firebase authentication to Harmony. You can log in with Google, Github or Twitter, and then you can see all your previous harmonisation work.
You can even share your work with colleagues on LinkedIn, Twitter, or via URL.
You’ll then be taken to the dialogue box in your chosen platform, where you can share your work as normal.
I tried harmonising two scales for gambling problems. Harmony both pointed me to existing studies in our partner site Catalogue of Mental Health Measures, and allowed me to share the work on social media.
You can see my LinkedIn post below. Why not give it a try and share your research with your colleagues?
Longevity is a tricky topic in software development. We’ve been thinking about how we can make sure that Harmony continues to operate for a long time in the future, since Harmony is intended as a public good for researchers to use with no strings attached. Sustainability assessment In April 2023, we completed the software sustainability assessment with the Software Sustainability Institute, which gave us 29 recommended improvements to make Harmony more sustainable.
Harmony update: new features and bug fixes We are pleased to announce the release of a new update to Harmony, our online platform for harmonising questions. This update includes a number of new features and bug fixes, designed to improve the user experience and make Harmony even more useful for researchers. New features: Complete reworking of the search functionality: The search functionality in Harmony has been completely rewritten to support Lucene-like queries.