Living Norway Ecological Data Network is launching a data portal. Read more about it in this blog post
Author: Caitlin Mandeville In a recent article published in the journal BioScience, we aimed to dig into one big question: Is the peer-reviewed literature a source or sink for openContinue reading “New research addresses the role of the peer-reviewed literature in open biodiversity data”
Join the Living Norway Ecological Data Network through our “open science lab”.
Welcome to workshop on management and publishig of ecological data using LivingNorwayR
Join us for the 3rd Living Norway Colloquium October 25th – 26th
As open science is becoming mainstream, we must also transform the way we teach and learn science. At the Living Norway 2020 workshop, we shared experiences, and discussed opportunities and ways forward
Getting ready for the Living Norway Colloquium 2020: Towards openness and transparency in applied ecology
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could store our ecological data using a common format, in a common place, freely available for everyone? In his guest blog, researcher Jens Åstrøm, NINA, discuss how you can use the Darwin Core standard to publish complex ecological data
Setting up data infrastructure to simplify management of (ecological) data, to facilitate publishing using open community standards (foremost as a Darwin Core Archive) was centre stage for the discussion atContinue reading “Miniworkshop: Facilitating FAIR management of ecological data using R”
A starting point for good data management is a logical folder structure to organize the files associated with the data collected.