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Open Science Top Ten Tools – All Open Source!

A list of general purpose tools for researchers compiled by Generation R which can be used with no additional learning other than standard user interface familiarity. There will be an advanced ‘Data Scientists 4 All’ Top Ten coming soon 🙂 This top ten index is part of GenRs theme Integrating Open Science Learning into Higher Education (Jan/Mar 2019). The tools …

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Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things

Christopher Erdmann, Natasha Simons, Reid Otsuji, Stephanie Labou, Ryan Johnson, Guilherme Castelao, Bia Villas Boas, et al. “Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things”. February 1, 2019. doi:10.5281/zenodo.2555498. A two-day worldwide sprint held on 29-30 November 2018 to develop domain-relevant guides on FAIR. By Chris Erdmann and Natasha Simons At CarpentryCon 2018, Bérénice Batut and Katrin Leinweber led an …

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An Interview with de-RSE: Supporting Researchers Using Software

An interview by GenR with members of the newly forming German association of Research Software Engineers – de-RSE. The association is being formally constituted in late November 2018 (next week 26th Nov., Berlin) and will provide a new support network for the wider software community. Highlights being a summer 2018 conference in Potsdam

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Socializing Infrastructures #infraQA

GenR theme asking questions about ‘how’ to transition to Open Science infrastructures. What can researchers make use of and how to get involved in shaping their future. Covering: software as infrastructure, governance, tools, methodologies, pedagogy, knowledge, & institutions.

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Konkrete Ratschläge für nachhaltigere wissenschaftliche Softwareprojekte

Neben der Umsetzung der FAIR-Data-Prinzipien für Forschungsdaten beschäftigen wir uns an der TIB auch mit der nachhaltigen (Weiter-)Entwicklung, Nutzung und Publikation von Forschungssoftware. Dieser Blogpost stellt einen Zwischenstand des Aufbaus dieser Kompetenzen dar und leitet eine Serie ein, die ähnlich den schon erklärten FAIR-Prinzipien für Forschungsdaten konkrete Beispiele und Handlungsempfehlungen für wissenschaftliche Softwareprojekte aufzeigt. Weiterlesen …