Hack day: advancing discovery with published research data

Details of our advancing discovery with published research data hack day

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Springer Nature's second hack day will bring together developers and senior international researchers into teams tasked with building and using tools to advance knowledge discovery of published research articles and datasets.

This day offers a unique chance to engage with a diverse group of researchers and developers (from organisations such as Springer Nature, Alan Turing Institue and DataCite) and take advantage of a variety of closed and open data sources for the exploration, combining and mining of scholarly research, researcher datasets and related metadata.

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