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Contributors: Gautier Sarah  or Martin Krzywinski 


FAIR data - Module 4 (share and publish data)

Partager et diffuser les données. Le cadre juridique, les entrepôts et les licences sur les données

Scientific topics: Data management, Biology, Bioinformatics

Keywords: data sharing, Data publishing, legal framework, data warehouse, licensing, data reuse

Resource type: Slides

FAIR data - Module 4 (share and publish data) http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/fair-data-module-4-share-and-publish-data Partager et diffuser les données. Le cadre juridique, les entrepôts et les licences sur les données Hélène Chiapello Thomas Denecker Jean-François Dufayard Gautier Sarah Julien Seiler Data management Biology Bioinformatics data sharing, Data publishing, legal framework, data warehouse, licensing, data reuse Biologists bioinformaticians Biomedical researchers
FAIR data - Module 3 (Metadata)

Les Métadonnées : les standards du domaine des données omiques en biologie et séances pratiques d’annotations de jeux de données

Scientific topics: Data management, Biology, Bioinformatics

Operations: Data handling

Keywords: metadata, data annotation, life science standards, data sharing

Resource type: Slides

FAIR data - Module 3 (Metadata) http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/fair-data-module-3-metadata Les Métadonnées : les standards du domaine des données omiques en biologie et séances pratiques d’annotations de jeux de données Jean-François Dufayard Gautier Sarah Paulette Lieby Data management Biology Bioinformatics metadata, data annotation, life science standards, data sharing Biologists bioinformaticians Biomedical researchers
FAIR data - Module 1 (research data)

Research data and their centrality in the research process. This material is mostly in French.

Keywords: metadata, Data Life Cycle, Reproducibility, Data management plan

Resource type: Slides

FAIR data - Module 1 (research data) http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/fair-data-module-1 Research data and their centrality in the research process. This material is mostly in French. Gautier Sarah Hélène Chiapello Jean-François Dufayard Julien Seiler Lionel Maurel Paulette Lieby Thomas Denecker metadata, Data Life Cycle, Reproducibility, Data management plan Biologists bioinformaticians Biomedical researchers
Keynote on Visual Design Principles

Martin Krzywinski (http://mkweb.bcgsc.ca/) gives a great primer on the key principles of effective visual design in biological sciences. During the talk he highlights the principles with examples from various peer-reviewed publications and discusses the practical aspects of effective figure...

Keywords: Genome, HCI, Information visualisation, Communication

Resource type: Video

Keynote on Visual Design Principles http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/keynote-on-visual-design-principles Martin Krzywinski (http://mkweb.bcgsc.ca/) gives a great primer on the key principles of effective visual design in biological sciences. During the talk he highlights the principles with examples from various peer-reviewed publications and discusses the practical aspects of effective figure design.This video was filmed and distributed with permission under a Creative Commons license. Created at: VIZBI 2013. Martin Krzywinski Genome, HCI, Information visualisation, Communication 2017-01-31
Revise and Redraw—Visual Design Principles for Scientific Data

Martin Krzywinski's keynote from 1st BiVi in 2014. He discusses visual design principles and communicating effectively in pictures.This talk distills core concepts of information design into practical guidelines for creating scientific figures. We will explain how to generate visual vocabularies...

Keywords: HCI, Communication

Resource type: Video

Revise and Redraw—Visual Design Principles for Scientific Data http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/revise-and-redraw-visual-design-principles-for-scientific-data Martin Krzywinski's keynote from 1st BiVi in 2014. He discusses visual design principles and communicating effectively in pictures.This talk distills core concepts of information design into practical guidelines for creating scientific figures. We will explain how to generate visual vocabularies with graphical elements, combine them into phrases, and package them into a complete figure, the visual equivalent of a paragraph. We show how effective designs for this composition are underpinned by conclusions from studies in visual perception and awareness. Created at: 1st BiVi Annual Meeting. Martin Krzywinski HCI, Communication 2017-02-02