|Track||Date and time||Hall||Duration|
|Monday, 06. May 2019., 12:00||30’|
Along with the Open Access movement and recent demands for (re)opening the science the old question of research reproducibility is raised. The key component for research to be reproducible is the availability of the raw data acquired during project and used for the analysis. Furthermore, to be able to reuse data one also needs all relevant information regarding the environment conditions during data acquisition, sample details, description of the analytical methods used etc.
The process called "research data management" covers these issues as well as other topics such as: cleaning the data, anonymisation, preparing the formats for long term preservation, planning dissemination strategies. We will discuss the role of the libraries in this processes and walk you through the Research data management plan creation, present the funders mandates regarding data publication and give some directions for coping with new demands.