Mathew Abrams Posted February 13 Share Posted February 13 Today is the first day of International Love Data Week. This year's theme, Data: Agent of change, aims to help new and seasoned data users find data training and other resources that can help move the needle on issues they care about. In honor of this year's theme, I will post community resources available to help push the needle forward in data management in neuroscience. As a first step, I would like to encourage you to listen to discussion that Letisha Wyatt, Jane Roskams, and Maryann Martone had on Dealing with Data (https://neuronline.sfn.org/scientific-research/dealing-with-data) of the Pathways to Rigor: A collection of conversations here on Neuronline where they discuss where we have been, where we are, and where we should aspire to go as a community in regards to data management, sharing, and storage. While this is an older post, I believe that it is worth resurrecting in light of NIH's new data sharing policy. I would love to hear your thoughts about the ideas presented in the conversation--are they feasible, have you used any of the methods presented, are you pro or against? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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