Easter is just around the corner and we have a spring in our step!
Here’s the latest news, events and opportunities from 4TU.ResearchData
- Making OperationAIR data FAIR
As nations around the world mark a year since the first lockdown, TU Delft MSc students, Tom Dijkhuis and Max Ligtenberg reflect on the success of OperationAIR and talk about how last year’s data fund helped them make their AIRone Covid-19 ventilator data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR).
- Flower Power! A tool for automated plant identification
RDNL Dutch Data Prize winner and PhD student from the University of Twente, Diah Harnoni Apriyanti, shares the story behind her orchid flowers dataset and her motivations for making her data and code openly available online.
- Development of a Data Access Committee
TU Delft Data Steward from the faculty of Electrical Engineering Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS), Santosh Ilamparuthi, has developed a Data Access Committee to control access to data published under ‘restricted access’ in the 4TU.ResearchData repository.
Santosh presented his pilot initiative during a Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences Data Steward Interest group meeting on 8th March.
A new repository feature!
- Software publishing made easier: An integration between 4TU.Research Data and GitLab
Software development work is currently underway to integrate the 4TU.ResearchData repository with GitLab, an open-source DevOps tool used for collaborative and transparent working among research groups.
Did you see these datasets?
Last month’s top downloaded datasets in 4TU.ResearchData!
SandT-Pro: Sand Transport Process measurements under Breaking and Irregular Waves
Author(s): Joep van der Zander, Jan Ribberink, Tom O’Donoghue, Dominic van der A, David Hurther, Peter Thorne and Iván Cáceres.
Institution:University of Twente
Categories: Geology, Physical Geography and Environmental Geoscience
Keywords: 000 Computer science, knowledge & systems, Business Process Intelligence (BPI), IEEE Task Force on Process Mining, real life event logs
BPI Challenge 2012
Author(s): Boudewijn van Dongen
Institution: Eindhoven University of Technology
Categories: Information Systems, Business and Management
Keywords: 000 Computer science, knowledge & sy21/uuid:3926db30-f712-4394-aebc-stems, Business Process Intelligence (BPI), IEEE Task Force on Process Mining, real life event log
Inventory of RDM policy for a selection of academic publishers and journals in 2016
Author(s): Rutger de Jong, Henk van den Hoogen, Fieke Schoots, Mariëtte van Selm and Madeleine de Smaele.
Institution: Delft University of Technology, UKB Working Group Research Data
Categories: Library and Information Studies, Policy and Administration
Keywords: Data policies, Data repositories, Data sharing, Journal publishers, Research data
New Vacancy: Developer of Open Science Data Infrastructures
Join the team at 4TU.ResearchData as a developer to help shape the future of scholarly communication infrastructure! If you’re passionate about open source and developing infrastructures to help researchers share their results then this position is for you.
Apply now! Deadline 10th April.
Apply to use the Virtual Research Environment (VRE)
Calling researchers from UT! Are you looking for flexible, efficient and scalable computing infrastructure to perform complex simulations and calculations?
Apply to use the VRE!
Provided by Library, ICT services and Archive (LISA), the VRE provides researchers with an easy-to-use interface that makes it simple to acquire, set-up and manage virtual machines for doing analyses.
Our highlights of the month!
- Open Science Kitchen event about ‘The Benefits and Limitations of Pre-registration and Registered Reports’ by Markus Konkol. – Join upcoming events!
- Dutch Techcenter for Life Science Data Stewards Interest Group meeting co-chaired by Heather Andrews and Connie Clare on 8th March – See the collaborative notes and register for the next event.
- SORSE workshop ‘Building Research Software Communities’ on 17th and 18th March – See the collaborative notes
- ‘Engaging researchers with FAIR Data’: A workshop for Wageningen data stewards on 23rd March – See the slides
Dates for your diary
For upcoming events check out the Open Research Calendar!
- The future of X-omics‘ festival on 12th April. Register now.
- SURF Research Week on 13th to 15th April. Check out the programme and register.
- RDA 17th Plenary meeting from 20th to 23rd April. Check out the programme and register (early bird registration ends 2nd April).
- Focus on Open Science UCL Open Science Conference 2021 hosted in collaboration with Scientific Knowledge Services and LIBER on 26th and 27th April.
- The NWO Open Science Fund deadline for applications has been extended to 18th May.
- Open Science MOOC ‘Sharing your research with the world’ organised by DelftX from 19th May to 23rd June. This is an free introductory course for anyone interested in Open Science – register now!