Knowing how to manage, share, and protect your research data is crucial to your academic and professional success.
Follow us during Love Your Data Week, Feb. 8-12. We will guide you through five activities to help get your data organized, secure, and ready for write-up, sharing and reuse.
“Wear your open on your sleeve” (Mike Eisen, OpenCon 2015 keynote)
Still emerging, depends on your field and research community!
THINGS TO AVOID
Locking down your data if it can be reused by others without legal or ethical restrictions
Think about how your data might be used by your “future self.” How can you plan, document, and share your data to make it more reusable in the future?
Check out these stories about how data are shared and reused by others.
Want to learn more about open science? Check out the talks and projects from OpenCon2015.
Learn more at: http://loveyourdata.wordpress.com
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