The “Things to do with data” series is back again, and this term, talks are lined up on data visualisation, network analysis, systems for managing medical data, and data as intellectual property, along with introductions to tools and services that might just help you look after your data more effectively.
These talks are aimed at researchers from all disciplines who generate, gather, or delicately prise out pearls of data, this series looks at software, services, and techniques to help you make the most of that data. Covering aspects of data management from planning to re-use, these talks are intended to inspire whilst also considering the practical requirements of research funders and issues surrounding data sharing.
To find out more or book your place, click on the links below.
22nd October, 2014 – An introduction to research data management– click here
29th October, 2014 – The Online Research Database Service (ORDS)– click here
5th November, 2014 – Computer analysis of texts and interviews– click here
12th November, 2014 – Biomedical research databases & data publishing– click here
19th November, 2014 – Four levels of data visualization – click here
26th November, 2014 – Data ownership, IPR, and the Cloud– click here