Publish code, software and workflows: Examples of why and how from SciLifeLab

March 27, 10:00 – 11:00
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Publish code, software and workflows: Examples of why and how from SciLifeLab

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March 27, 2024 @ 10:00 11:00 CET

This seminar will highlight why code, research software and computational workflows are important research assets and it will also showcase practical approaches to sharing, citing and getting recognition for your work. The event opens with a presentation followed by a dynamic Q&A session to elaborate on the motivations and good practices based in examples from the SciLifeLab community. This is the second event in the SciLifeLab Data Management seminar series Spring 2024.

When: Wednesday March 27, 10-11 CET (Zoom)

Speaker: Wolmar Nyberg Åkerström, Data Steward, NBIS

SciLifeLab Data Management seminar series is an event series by the SciLifeLab Data Centre and NBIS joint Data Management team aimed at both the life science research community and infrastructure, and others with an interest in research data management in life sciences. The events will showcase how to put the FAIR principles, and good data management into practice. The goal of the events in this seminar series is to provide interesting seminars around topics related to research data management in general but also to foster discussions around best practices and how they can be improved. The events takes place virtually (over Zoom) and are open to everyone, (researchers, staff, RDM professionals etc.) working at or affiliated with a Swedish research institute or university. Each event is scheduled for 60 minutes, including 15 minutes for discussions and Q & A. The videos will be published openly after the seminars at the SciLifeLab YouTube channel.
More information about SciLifeLab Data Centre and NBIS joint Data Management team:

Organisers: SciLifeLab Data Centre and NBIS National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden
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Last updated: 2024-03-19

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