When the National Science Foundation recently announced their FAIROS RCN opportunity in January 2022, and more recently the new Open-Source Science Initiative (OSSI) from NASA with Transform to the OPen Science (TOPS) Mission embodying a shift in research culture to Open Science, there was an overall excitement in the research community, particularly from groups working to advance Open Science and FAIR practices.
SciLifeLab Data Centre and the American Geophysical Union (AGU) invite you to a half-day event on 2022 May 9 focusing on the following Open Science themes:
When it comes to large datasets, we are often asked by authors and editors how they should preserve the data. These questions come via email@example.com and our data and software guidance discussions. Spoilers, there are no easy answers, yet! Here we offer our experience, share the current limitations, and the approaches we recommend with what is possible right now.
Your Digital Presence is how other researchers and the international scholarly community discover your research online with commonly used open search tools. It is also an important element of Open Science. By making discovery easy for others you help to:
Today, June 14, 2021, we are announcing the launch of the AGU Data Leadership Program website. The website provides the Earth, space, and environmental science community with information on the latest work within AGU’s Data Leadership Program as well as highlights and links from other community work around best practices that support the management, preservation, sharing, and citation of data and software. The website is hosted on GitHub and open to community contributions and collaboration.