19 - 22 October 2021
13:00 - 17:00
Instructors: Tomasz Zielinski, Andrés Romanowski
Helpers: Tomasz Zielinski, Andrés Romanowski, Ines Boehm, Ben Thomas, Livia Scorza
FAIR in (Biological) Practice
Open Science is disruptive. It will change how we do reasearch and how society benefits from it. Making data re-usable is key to this, and FAIR principles are a way to achieve it.
We will teach you how planning and using the correct set of tools you can make your outputs ready for public sharing and reuse.
This hands-on 4 half-day sessions workshop covers the basics of Open Science and FAIR practices, and looks at how to use these ideas in your own projects. The workshop is a mix of lectures and hands-on lessons where you will use the approaches learned and implement some of the discussed practices.
The course is aimed at active researchers in biomedicine science (PhD students, postdocs, technicians, young PIs etc.) who are interested in Open Science, FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) principles and data management. This training is aimed at those who want to be familiar with these concepts and apply them throughout their project’s life cycle. The course is covered in four half days.
Ed-DaSH is a Data Science training programme for Health and Biosciences. The team has developed workshops using The Carpentries platform on the following topics. See workshops for dates and registration details. All workshops will be delivered remotely.
The course is free but there is a 50 pounds holding deposit refunded after attending the workshop.
Where: This training will take place online. The instructors will provide you with the information you will need to connect to this meeting.
When: 19 - 22 October 2021. Add to your Google Calendar.
Requirements: Participants must have access to a computer with a Mac, Linux, or Windows operating system (not a tablet, Chromebook, etc.).
Accessibility: We are dedicated to providing a positive and accessible learning environment for all. Please notify the instructors in advance of the workshop if you require any accommodations or if there is anything we can do to make this workshop more accessible to you.
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We will use this collaborative document for chatting, taking notes, and sharing URLs and bits of code.
The lesson taught in this workshop is being piloted and a precise schedule is yet to be established.
|FAIR in (Biological) Practice||Introduction to Open Science|
|IP and Opennes|
|Introduction to metadata|
|FAIR in (Biological) Practice||Being precise|
|(Meta)data in Excel|
|Working with files|
|FAIR in (Biological) Practice||Re-usable computing|
|Templates for consistency|
|FAIR in (Biological) Practice||Public repositories|
|It's all about planning|
|Putting it all together|
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