Are you a researcher who wants to be able to run code published in scientific papers? Do you want to be able to simply share your open source code and give a digital object identifier to your algorithms? If so, come learn about Code Ocean. Code Ocean is a cloud-based computational reproducibility platform that allows researchers an easy way to share, discover, and run code published in academic journals and presented at conferences.
IEEE Xplore is the digital library from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Come attend a session with Kristen MacCartney from IEEE as she covers best practices for doing research in IEEEXplore. She will also talk about engineering career resources and advice. This event is open to UConn students, faculty, and staff. Pizza will be served.
Why is open science communication important? We will discuss this and more at this roundtable featuring UConn faculty and graduate students.
This 90-minute workshop will cover the basics and best practices for managing your research data. You will learn about file organization, file naming, and data collection. We will discuss best practices for workflows and for data storage, access, and preservation. Finally, we will also talk about data security and documentation.
Are you a researcher looking for a place to share your data with others? Figshare is an online digital repository where researchers can preserve and share their research outputs. It is free to upload and access content. Dan Valen from Figshare will join us to talk about the benefits of using Figshare.