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Libraries and research data managements: Rowland Mosbergen and the researcher perspective

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See your future: Rowland Mosbergen (Researcher/Developer - Stem cell research - University of Melbourne)
Libraries/librarians haven't been a part of my research workflow, but perhaps they should be?

This presentation was part of the CAVAL/ANDS Workshop - Managing library teams for a research and data-intensive future
(Melbourne, 28 July 2017). Workshop program and presentations from other speakers: http://www.ands.org.au/news-and-events/presentations/2017

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Libraries and research data managements: Rowland Mosbergen and the researcher perspective

  1. 1. CAVAL-ANDS Workshop 28 July 2017 Libraries/librarians haven't been a part of my research workflow, but perhaps they should be?
  2. 2. Overview Stemformatics is... Introduction story (of how spoiled we are) Numbers around Project Grandiose Where are the gaps? How I see the future? No idea but...
  3. 3. Stemformatics is... - A web based pocket dictionary for stem cell biologists - An atlas and benchmarking of public datasets - A host of private datasets - A resource to help researchers share their data
  4. 4. Explaining ANDS
  5. 5. “I didn’t realise how spoiled we were”
  6. 6. Numbers around Project Grandiose
  7. 7. Project Grandiose - 2 Nature & 3 Nature communication papers - 50 scientists - 13 datasets - 9 labs - 6 dataset types - 3 years - 0 librarians
  8. 8. Digital Dataset Respositories - Out of the 6 data types, all were handled by international digital dataset repositories - miRNA, microarray, RNASeq and ChIPSeq stored in GEO/SRA (NIH) - Methylation stored in ENA (EBI) - Proteomics stored in ProteomeXchange
  9. 9. Where are the gaps?
  10. 10. Overflowing with data - ontologies - handling exceptions - requests outweigh our resources - already scared about single cell RNASeq - microarray 1GB - RNASeq 1TB - single cell RNASeq 5TB+ (on the low end)
  11. 11. Librarians haven't been a part of my research workflow, but perhaps they should be? Based on the way I understand what librarians do the answer is...
  12. 12. How I see the future? No idea but...
  13. 13. Looking at the program…. - Connect eResearch Infrastructure - Communities together - Connecting with IT - Building relationships and services - Domain driven - Data savvy - Data inclusion
  14. 14. Remove libraries/librarians and that looks like a workshop from an eResearch conference
  15. 15. Acknowledgements UoM Christine Wells Rowland Mosbergen Tyrone Chen Jarny Choi Elizabeth Mason Suzanne Butcher Kim-Anh Lê Cao Isha Nagpal Chris Pacheco Rivera Ariane Mora AIBN Othmar Korn Steve Englart

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