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Wed 21 Feb 2018
09:30 - 13:00

Venue: Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Betty and Gordon Moore Library, Glass Room

Provided by: Cambridge University Libraries


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Managing Your Research Data Effectively and Working Reproducibly for Beginners
Beginners

Wed 21 Feb 2018

Description

This workshop will work through the challenges around managing research data as well as the benefits of working reproducibly. Participants will be provided with in depth guidance and resources on how to effectively manage projects and avoid data loss throughout the research process.

You will hear of what can happen if researchers do not manage their data well as well as what happens to research data after the end of a project, such as how to share and store data in a long-term and sustainable way. It is never too early to start thinking about these things, so get a head start on your research data management practices now!

If you already have some understanding about how to manage your research data well but would like a refresher and more information about the University’s support around data management then consider going to our recap course.

Target audience

All STEM graduate students

Sessions

Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainers
1 Wed 21 Feb 2018   09:30 - 13:00 09:30 - 13:00 Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Betty and Gordon Moore Library, Glass Room map Dr Marta N. Busse,  Katie Hughes
Aims
  • Raise awareness of University data services for researchers
  • Develop effective research data management skills
  • Increase awareness of challenges around data management
  • Improve awareness of significance of data management in context of reproducibility and research sharing
  • Develop awareness of challenges, benefits, and ethics surrounding reproducible research
  • Increase understanding of approaches to working more reproducibly
Format

Presentation, demonstration, discussions

Duration

3.5 hour session

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