Annotating Your Experimental Data workshop
During the full-day online workshop three hackathons w offered and participants learnt to enrich their own (published) data to make it have more impact. Description of experimental data was aligned to community terminology (ontology terms). Experiences were gathered how you can make your research articles findable to other researchers.
Participants broght their own published data for the workshop (published is not limited to a journal article, but published in archive).
Target audience: Young Scholars (no prior bioinformatics knowledge required), i.e. early-stage and experienced experimentalist researchers
Expectation: Willing to learn new things and active participation
REGISTER here asap so we can tailor the workshop for your needs: Registration - Hackathon 28th April 2020
All participants of the workshop had the chance of winning the 1st EU Nanosafety Data Curation Prize, organized by NanoCommons.
LINK for joining the session: Online Workshop
|09:15||Outline of the day|
|09:30||Informal webinar: "Spreadsheets in nanosafety research" (Egon)|
|10:00||First hack round (annotate a demo spreadsheet with ontology terms)|
|10:30||Virtual coffee break (and time for Q&A)|
|11:00||Second hack round (annotate your own data spreadsheet with ontology terms)|
|13:00||Informal webinar: "FAIR starts with findable: data sets and nanomaterials" (Egon)|
|13:30||Third hack round (making your nanoresearch findable)|
|14:30||Virtual coffee break (and time for Q&A)|
|15:00||General session: uploading data into an online database and see what happens|
|16:00||Summaries and Wrap up|
Resources & Training materials
Webinar recording of the workshop "Annotating Your Experimental Data" - Part 1
Webinar recording of the workshop "Annotating Your Experimental Data" - Part 2
Presentation of the workshop "Annotating Your Experimental Data".