Computing Course: Research Data Management & Integrity

Europe/Amsterdam
Z009 (WCW Congreszalen)

Z009

WCW Congreszalen

Science Park 125 1098 XG Amsterdam
Catharina Vaendel, David Groep (Nikhef)
Description

Colleagues of Nikhef and CWI will take you through the world of Research Data Management, in a mix of theoretical and practical courses. The goal of the day is to give you the knowledge, setup and experience to intertwine RDM in your (daily) work/research. Including (but not limited to) the following topics:

  • FAIR principles, Dublin Core Metadata standard, create your own ORCID
  • How to fill in a (mock) data management plan & Code of Conduct
  • Adding licenses for data and software re-usability, and why this is crucial
  • Research information repositories (Zenodo, arXiv); how to use them
  • Importance of, and how to do (immutable) journal keeping
  • How to relate journal entries (and Jupyterhub) to corresponding data

 

Note: PhD candidates enrolled in the Nikhef's National Graduate School of Subatomic Physics (OSAF) are required to attend this computing course at least once before their graduation. More information.

 

Registration
Participants
    • 9:30 AM 10:00 AM
      Walk-in: Coffee & Cookies 30m Z009

      Z009

      WCW Congreszalen

      Science Park 125 1098 XG Amsterdam
    • 10:00 AM 10:30 AM
      You and your research data 30m Z009

      Z009

      WCW Congreszalen

      Science Park 125 1098 XG Amsterdam
      • Know about the FAIR principles and are able to assess your own data product with respect to these principles.
      • Know the 5 Principles and know where to find the full text and the Standards for good research practices (section 3).
      • Know about the Code of Conduct for Scientific integrity (2018) and its relation to reproducibility, documentation, reporting (including FAIR meta-data), and the prevention of CoIs.
      • Know that students' reports are to be treated in confidence.
      • Know about the Dublin Core meta-data elements
      Speaker: Reinder Radersma
    • 10:30 AM 12:00 PM
      When your data becomes part of something bigger 1h 30m Z009

      Z009

      WCW Congreszalen

      Science Park 125 1098 XG Amsterdam
      • Know common persistent identifier schemes; at least DOI, hdnl.net and ORCID.
      • Possess an ORCID identifier and know how to update basic information in their ORCID record.
      • Know the importance of applying licenses to data and software for re-usability.
      • Know the basic licenses for data and software, and know where to find guidance on license application and the main differences between licenses.
      • Know the basic outline of a data management plan.
      • Know how to fill in a mock data management plan in NWO format using the on-line tools.
      Speaker: David Groep (Nikhef)
    • 12:00 PM 1:00 PM
      Lunch 1h Z009

      Z009

      WCW Congreszalen

      Science Park 125 1098 XG Amsterdam
    • 1:00 PM 1:45 PM
      You, your laptop, and somebody else; how to work together¶ 45m Z009

      Z009

      WCW Congreszalen

      Science Park 125 1098 XG Amsterdam
      • Know how to use Identity Services & Federated Login
      • Know how to send big files: SURF Filesender
      • Know how to find and use SURFdrive and CernBox
      • Understand which services are safe to use and which are not
      • Know how to use collaboration tools and accessing Mattermost
      • Know where to find help & guidance
      • Room for questions and more help
      Speaker: David Groep (Nikhef)
    • 1:45 PM 2:15 PM
      Coffee & Snacks 30m Z009

      Z009

      WCW Congreszalen

      Science Park 125 1098 XG Amsterdam
    • 2:15 PM 4:30 PM
      When software enters the stage 2h 15m Z009

      Z009

      WCW Congreszalen

      Science Park 125 1098 XG Amsterdam
      • Learn how to structure directories to manage processes, incoming, intermediate, and final research data, and to keep (persistent) references to data elements relative to its root.
      • Learn about research information repositories, and at least get to know Zenodo and arXiv.
      • Learn about Nikhefs Data Repository; Djehuty
      • Learn how to upload mock data or slides to Zenodo (in the sandbox.zenodo.org environment) and complete the meta-data requirements.
      • Learn about the importance of (immutable) journal keeping and how to relate journal entries (and Jupyter notebooks) to the corresponding data
      Speaker: Roel Aaij