Category Archives: oksimo.R level 2


ISSN 2567-6458

17.May 2021 – 29.December 2022, 09:35h
Author: Gerd Doeben-Henisch


This post is part of the uffmm science blog.


To support the development of exciting applications with the oksimo.R software as part of the general concept of ‘Citizen Science 2.0’ the oksimo  team is running a blog [1] dedicated to all questions around the usage of the oksimo.R software. [2] Due to the dynamic development process there are different phases of different kinds of examples. Examples related to Level 1 of the oksimo.R software appeared before spring 2022. Examples with Level 2 appeared since spring 2022. Examples of Level 3 will start to appear  during spring 2023. When  examples of Level 3 will be available we will start  working for Level 4.

More Recent oksimo.R Examples

With the writing of the first book related to the oksimo.R software all further examples will be published through this book accompanied with a webpage collecting all these examples. It is planned to finish a first experimental version of the text of the book (, about summer 2023. After that it is planned to publish an official book with an international publisher.

Oksimo.R Examples with Level 2

Here a list of oksimo examples starting with simple examples with the oksimo software level 2 (while level 3 is already in preparation).

  1. Citizens of a County (Last change: 27.March 2022)
  2. Citizens of a County, Example 2 (Last change: 31.March 2022)

Oksimo.R Examples with Level 1


(Last change: July 30 – Aug 1, 2021)

Oksimo.R Structures for Level 1-2

  1. GENERAL OUTLINE OF OKSIMO (RELOADAD) from March 2021 (Last change 1.April 2022)
  2. THE OKSIMO WORKFLOW (Last change: April 6, 2022)


[1] The blog of the oksimo.R Team is primarily in German. But parts of the blog will also be reported or even directly translated into English texts as part of the

[2] The oksimo.R book can also be read as a ‘philosophical’ book, because the oksimo.R software is using everyday languages to deal with everyday problems (including typical ‘ordinary science’ cases as ‘sub-cases’ of everyday problems). There exists a great bulk of books and articles related to philosophical topics which until now have only a poor connection with the concepts of ‘software’, ’empirical theory’, ‘cognitive sciences’ as well as the different concepts of ‘intelligence’ outside philosophy. Thus the development of the oksimo.R paradigm and software is a great opportunity to bring all these different aspects of reality together to enable a more integrated (inter-disciplinary as well as trans-disciplinary) view.