Written by Shalini Kurapati and Marta Teperek Training needs: research computing skills for open science In addition to good data management, software sustainability is important for open science. In accordance with the survey conducted by the Software Sustainability Institute in 2014, 7 out of 10 researchers rely on code for their research. Sharing research data..
Authors: Heather Andrews, Maria Cruz, Angus Whyte, Yasemin Turkyilmaz-van der Velden, Shalini Kurapati To read Part 1 of the blog post follow this link. Researchers at all levels should be equipped with skills relevant to open science and FAIR data, and the practice of these skills should be effectively rewarded and recognised. This much is..
Authors: Shalini Kurapati, Marta Teperek, Maria Cruz, Angus Whyte Disclaimer: In the spirit of openness and transparency, we would like to share that Shalini Kurapati wrote parts of this blog post based on the zenodo record of the presentations even though she wasn’t present during the event. Her account was verified by the remaining authors who..
This blog post was written and originally published by Loek Brinkman on his own blog. On the 26th of September, I participated in the event “Time for open science skills to count in academic careers!”, organised by the European Open Science Cloud Pilot (EOSCPilot) and the 4TU.Centre for Research Data. The goal was to define..
Authors (in alphabetical order): Maria Cruz (VU), Marc Galland (UvA), Carlos Martinez (NL eScience Center), Raúl Ortiz (TU Delft), Esther Plomp (VU), Anita Schürch (UMCU), Yasemin Türkyilmaz-van der Velden (TU Delft) Based on the contributions from workshop participants (in alphabetical order): Joke Bakker (University of Groningen), Jochem Bijlard (The Hyve), Mattias de Hollander (NIOO-KNAW), Joep de Ligt..