Software development and training offer opportunities to advance ‘Big Data’ discovery and scientific research: Lessons from the PhenoCam team
The International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) was held in Melbourne Australia from February 6th-8th, 2019. The intended audience of the conference is anyone who is interested in curating digital materials for posterity. Personally, I had never heard of the conference but was found it intriguing as I am a PhD candidate working with historical Hawaiian language text documents.
This article was my winning entry to the Better Science Through Better Data - Early Career Researcher writing competition 2018.
A partnership between Springer Nature and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) is enabling researchers to make their research data more accessible.
Last week I was proud to announce the endorsement of the “Enabling FAIR Data in the Earth, space and environment sciences” initiative by Nature and Scientific Data as convened by the American Geophysical Union in partnership with the Research Data Alliance and Earth Science Information Partners.
In this blog I discuss the benefits/truth of joining the CODATA-RDA School of Research Data Science. Taking part of the school both as a student and a helper allowed me to see how the school helped me and what it did for others.
Data availability statements (DASs) offer information within a journal article on where the data supporting the results of that article can be found and whether and how those can be accessed.
To help institutions and libraries understand if and how researchers are sharing data associated with their publications we’ve introduced a new service, Data availability reporting.