Search Results for Tag: Data Sharing

Data Visualization & Presentation With Microsoft Office: Read on SRM

This series of posts corresponds to the 2018 SAGE Research Methods Open House. If you would like to access the SAGE e-books, articles, case studies, videos, and datasets mentioned in these posts, explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial. Visual communications are more important than ever. We need to draw readers into our articles, […]

Categories: Big Data, Creative Methods, MentorSpace, Mixed, Presenting, Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised, Visuals

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UK Data Service Workshop on Creating Shareable Research Data: Managing and Archiving Social Science Research Data, 28 November

Places are still available at the UK Data Service’s two day workshop (28 – 29 November 2017) on creating shareable research data, which will be hosted by the Sheffield Methods Institute and the University of Sheffield Library at the University of Sheffield. Are you interested in how to write a data management plan? Are you […]

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Would Formal Data Citation Make More Data Available for Reuse?

Today’s researchers work in a heavily data-intensive and collaborative environment in order to further scientific discovery across and within fields. It is becoming routine for researchers (i.e. authors and data publishers) to submit their research data, such as datasets, biological samples in biomedical fields, and computer code, as supplementary information in order to comply with […]

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UK Data Service workshop will help you write a data management plan and managing, organising and store your research data safely

Are you interested in how to write a data management plan? Are you comfortable with managing, organising and storing your research data safely? Do you know how to effectively document and organise your research data? Do you know the best practices for gaining informed consent from participants when your research involves people? Do you know […]

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Supporting civil society organisations to deliver insights and impact from data: an ESRC and UK Data Service workshop, 17 October, Manchester

Are you a professional working in a civil society organisation that collects administrative or evaluation data, and who oversees strategy, reporting and campaigns? Are you interested in improving the way your organisation can translate data into knowledge? If so, please join our workshop with peer organisations to help shape ways of managing and sharing data […]

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A Cure for Cancer, More Likely with Data Sharing

When former President Barack Obama announced the launch of the Cancer Moonshot Initiative in January 2016, it set into motion a pretty lofty goal: to accomplish 10 years of cancer research in only five years while attempting to bring about the end of cancer as we know it. This is an incredible undertaking and one […]

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Encouraging Authors to Share Their Data with Reviewers for ‘Psychological Science’

The journal Psychological Science is taking steps to encourage would-be authors to give reviewers easy access to the data underlying the analyses reported in their manuscripts. This is part of a wider effort to promote transparency and replicability in works published in the journal. I discussed the rationale for encouraging authors to share data and […]

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Conference: The Gold Standard of Reproducible Research: How to make it work in qualitative and quantitative research, University of Nottingham, 9 March 2017

Louise Corti of the UK Data Service is running a workshop on Qualitative Data: Data sharing and storage at the NICEP Conference: The Gold Standard of Reproducible Research.Reproducibility is held as the gold standard for scientific research. The legitimacy of any published work depends on the question: can we access the data, replicate the analysis […]

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Workshop: Preparing qualitative data for sharing and reuse Information and Library Network (INFLIBNET) Centre, India 6 March 2017

Louise Corti of the UK Data Service is running a workshop on Preparing qualitative data for sharing and reuse at the Information and Library Network (INFLIBNET) Centre. The workshop is aimed at researchers interested or actively engaged in the creation and management of qualitative research data, and will look at the steps required to prepare data for sharing and reuse. The announcement of […]

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