CAPTURE Talk with Sarah Callaghan


Dr Sarah Callaghan, Editor-in-Chief of Patterns, a journal devoted to sharing data science solutions across domain boundaries ( talks about Frontiers in data publishing on March 23 at 2.15 pm CET.

Data are an essential and foundational part of the research process – without good data, we can’t make good decisions, and the conclusions derived from our results won’t stand up to scrutiny. Research data is getting increasingly complicated and large, so we need incentives and structures to share and publish data in order to ensure the reproducibility and verifiability of the scientific record. This talk will give an overview of data publishing from the point of view of the presenter, who started research life as a data creator, then became a data manager, and is now an academic editor.

Registration (free of charge) and more information on the talk.

The talk is co-hosted by CAPTURE, the Department of ALM Research Seminar and the Centre for Digital Humanities Uppsala.