Workshop Data Curation: Archive and Publish your data FAIR Online
Are you finishing your research project and need to archive your data?
Would you like to publish or share your data?
Do you need a data availability statement with your publication?
If your answer is Yes, or if you are just curious, you are very welcome to visit our workshop and discuss options in archiving and publishing of your own data.
Program: see More info below
- Thursday, March 11, 2021
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Central European Time (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
Introduction to Data Curation: and Archiving data for the long term
What to archive: selection, cleaning, data, software, scripts
How to prepare: preferred file formats, codebook, metadata, pseudonymisation
Where to archive: network storage, rdms, external archives
Who is responsible: for archiving, access after the project, access after you left the UG
Publishing data according to FAIR principles, as open as possible, as closed as necessary
How to choose a suitable repository
Selections to publish, demands from publishers and funders, demands by the GDPR to protect sensitive data
Open, restricted, closed
How to make your data FAIR: file formats, codebook, metadata, persistent identifier
Demonstration of the workflow in DataverseNL
Licenses for re-use, restrictions on access
Research Data Management
Data protection and privacy in research
Biology; Pharmacy; Life Science & Technology; Law
Bibliographic management (Refworks/Endnote/Mendeley/Zotero)