2 materials found

Keywords: High performance computing  or data management 

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Resource type: e-learning 


Online course 'Learn to write your Data Management Plan'

Writing a Data Management Plan can be new to you. ‘Learn to write your Data Management Plan’, an online self-study course, can help you decide how to take good care of your valuable research data. During the course you are writing your DMP step by step. As a result you have written a DMP for...

Keywords: Data management plan, data management

Resource type: e-learning

Online course 'Learn to write your Data Management Plan' http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/online-course-learn-to-write-your-data-management-plan Writing a Data Management Plan can be new to you. ‘Learn to write your Data Management Plan’, an online self-study course, can help you decide how to take good care of your valuable research data. During the course you are writing your DMP step by step. As a result you have written a DMP for you research project. While you are training, you can write your DMP in DMPonline. You can do the whole course or just parts of it. That is all up to you. Data management plan, data management Life Science Researchers
High Performance Computing (HPC) in Life Sciences

High-throughput sequencing data analysis requires new technical competencies and HPC is one of them. SIB has developed an e-learning module in HPC, as part of the ELIXIR-EXCELERATE project. e-learning has the potential to reach a wider audience, in any location and any time, and can be used...

Scientific topics: Biology, Bioinformatics, Computer science

Keywords: High performance computing, high-performance computing

Resource type: Tutorial, Slideshow, e-learning

High Performance Computing (HPC) in Life Sciences http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/high-performance-computing-hpc-in-life-sciences High-throughput sequencing data analysis requires new technical competencies and HPC is one of them. SIB has developed an e-learning module in HPC, as part of the ELIXIR-EXCELERATE project. e-learning has the potential to reach a wider audience, in any location and any time, and can be used either as the electronic component of a blended training format or as a self-running learning product. Biology Bioinformatics Computer science High performance computing, high-performance computing PhD students All postgraduates Life Science Researchers