Organizer: ELIXIR Estonia

Host institution: University of Tartu, Institute of Computer Science

Start: Thursday, 14 October 2021 @ 12:15

End: Thursday, 14 October 2021 @ 15:00

Timezone: EEST

Venue: Auditorium 1019, Narva mnt 18 (UT Delta Centre)

City: Tartu

County: Tartumaa

Country: Estonia

Postcode: 51009

Scientific topic: FAIR data

Target audience:
  • Graduate Students
  • Researchers
Description:

In recent years, more attention is put on what researchers do with the data (and other resources) they produce. Especially in Europe, but also everywhere else. The main idea is that when researchers use taxpayers' money, the taxpayers themselves should also have access to the results, free of charge. This means that the research should be published in open access journals and data should be made publicly available.

Good data management may help you with that, at least to make the process easier on the whole. If you think “how to manage your data” at the beginning and during the project and know what you plan to do with it at the end of the project, the process at the end will be easier. However, what is “good data management”, is up to debate. The FAIR Principles concentrates on making your data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable, so this is a good start. And let’s be honest, some of these things you are probably already doing.

In this course, we will be going over all the FAIR Principles and how they are applied in real life. This way, you will already know what to consider, while writing a grant, filling out your data management plan or doing your research.

Event type:
  • Workshops and courses

Capacity: 20

Eligibility:
  • First come first served

Keywords: FAIR, data FAIRness, data management

The FAIR Principles Lecture (in English) https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/the-fair-principles-lecture-in-english In recent years, more attention is put on what researchers do with the data (and other resources) they produce. Especially in Europe, but also everywhere else. The main idea is that when researchers use taxpayers' money, the taxpayers themselves should also have access to the results, free of charge. This means that the research should be published in open access journals and data should be made publicly available. Good data management may help you with that, at least to make the process easier on the whole. If you think “how to manage your data” at the beginning and during the project and know what you plan to do with it at the end of the project, the process at the end will be easier. However, what is “good data management”, is up to debate. The FAIR Principles concentrates on making your data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable, so this is a good start. And let’s be honest, some of these things you are probably already doing. In this course, we will be going over all the FAIR Principles and how they are applied in real life. This way, you will already know what to consider, while writing a grant, filling out your data management plan or doing your research. 2021-10-14 12:15:00 UTC 2021-10-14 15:00:00 UTC ELIXIR Estonia Auditorium 1019, Narva mnt 18 (UT Delta Centre), Tartu, Estonia Auditorium 1019, Narva mnt 18 (UT Delta Centre) Tartu Tartumaa Estonia 51009 FAIR data University of Tartu, Institute of Computer Science [] Graduate StudentsResearchers 20 workshops_and_courses first_come_first_served FAIRdata FAIRnessdata management