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ZEW_en Nov 19
What kind of transparent and innovative standards do we need in order to prepare unstructured data in business and economics-related research? Florian Stahl from at the second FDZ Data User Workshop /SE
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UCT eResearch 17h
Understanding and your . Read all about it in our annual eResearch report.
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Paula Martinez Lavanchy Nov 19
Interesting workflow to register concerns in the How can we connect these workflows with concerns about in this research area?
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Sabina Anderberg Nov 19
Collaboration is very important but why so difficult? Sweden need to speed up work to be able to be an active stakeholder in work at all levels.
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op-PORT-UNI-ty Nov 18
Interventions bridge the gap between research data – which might otherwise go unused – and the diverse range of potential benefits for the society and economy . . . . . .
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Patterns journal 10h
Publication of needs to adapt and fast. can help us achieve that!
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Data Federation Hub Nov 18
"it will take at least 10 or 15 years of travel until we reach a point where Open Science is simply absorbed into ordinary, everyday science." Six key issues to address for research data management
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Sophie Forcadell Nov 17
One of the 24 case studies : " Management Policy: The Holy Grail of Support?"
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CORE Nov 19
"...Active planning, coordination, and collaboration between researchers and other organizations are needed to achieve impact through and to realize the benefit of them."
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euroCRIS_Org 19h
next, on , the and the role systems can play as data sources for data
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Merrill Research Nov 19
We’re pretty sure cleaning doesn’t conjure up thoughts of . However, a deeper dive into the methods we employ to clean data are not unlike the myriad strategies used in the game of baseball itself.
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Robert Huber Nov 12
Once heard the unbelievable comment: qualitative science can‘t be reproduced anyway.. consequently there is no need to preserve such
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Wilma van Wezenbeek Nov 18
Check the 6 key issues to address for management. Compliments to for initiating this!
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euroCRIS_Org 19h
countries represented in the current landscape analysis on infrastructures being prepared by the landscape WG as presented by quite a few gaps in the present picture even if the draft report is already 171 pages long
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Sabina Anderberg Nov 19
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RSL Nov 19
Working with sensitive research data in the Sciences and Medical Sciences - Tuesday 26 November 2-4pm, RSL Training Room
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CESSDA ERIC 15h
Why not join our on on aspects of life on 28.11 @ 10:00 CET? How can we understand the impact of computers & the internet on everyday life? Register here:
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Natalie Harrower Nov 18
Interested in any of . Sign up for the mailing list here: . Light on the inbox and heavy on good info.
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ÖppenVetenskap Nov 19
Not only Europe, it should be worldwide to be effective. Both for research data and open science.
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Elsevier Research Data Nov 12
Data in Brief section editor for , Stephanie Poindexter, has made an article selection of her recommended articles from the journal:
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