This presentation will be structured around the research cycle, beginning with experimental hypothesis, moving to data collection, analysis/writing, publication and finishing with scientific networking and collaboration. As we walk through the cycle, we will introduce and discuss many of the concepts that shape modern research. From big data, small data, curation and ontologies to open laboratory notebooks and team science initiatives, participants will come away with a working knowledge of the key issues surrounding eScience.
Jackie Wirz, PhD, Biomedical Research Specialist & Assistant Professor, Oregon Health & Science University
Amanda Whitmire, PhD, Data Management Specialist & Assistant Professor, Oregon State University
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