Bi-weekly meeting in the Living Norway WP-leader group. You can find the work plan for 2022 here: https://livingnorway.no/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Work-plans-2022.pdf
What is “open science” and what should our Open Science Lab be? There are a lot of different things that can be considered as parts of “open science”. We’ll organise an interactive brainstorming session and group discussion on the different aspects of Open Science. Leading on from that discussion, we’ll then introduce our vision forContinue reading "Living Norway Open Science Lab – Kick-off: the big umbrella of open science"
When, where, and how to publish your (meta)data There are a great many questions surrounding publishing of data. Whether to publish your data is fortunately not the central one anymore. But when do you publish your data? Where do you publish it? In what format? What are the requirements for metadata? What license should youContinue reading "Do’s and don’ts for publishing your data"
What makes code accessible and reproducible, and what the GitHub hype is all about More and more publishers are starting to require publishing of code and software alongside scientific papers and data. Unlike for data, standards for publishing code are lagging somewhat behind though. In this seminar we’ll talk about why publishing neat code matters,Continue reading "Best practices for accessible and reproducible code"
In this small workshop we will put what we learned about code accessibility and reproducibility into practice. The lab will get together for a short recap on best practices for code, and then split into smaller groups to work on neatening up some R code. Example code will be available, but we encourage participants toContinue reading "Mini-workshop: neaten up your code"