Lightning talks: 7 data sharing stories #SciData19

Seven data sharing stories, in seven minutes or less. The video recordings, presentation slides and live scribe illustrations are included.

Featuring:

The citation advantage of linking publications to research data - Barbara McGillivray, The Alan Turing Institute and University of Cambridge

Bibliographic Data Science: Open Ecosystems for Scalable Collaboration - Leo Lahti, University of Turku

Reproducible Research - Why and How? -Yasemin Turkyilmaz-van der Velden, TU Delft

Research Data Management Using Open Source Off The Shelf Tools -Graham Addis, Nuffield Department of Experimental Medicine

X chromosome genetic data in a Spanish children cohort, dataset description and analysis pipeline - Augusto Anguita-Ruiz, University of Granada

Participatory Science to Empower: Building a Citizen Science Platform - Georgia Aitkenhead, The Alan Turing Institute

‘Open Science’ opens doors: How #Scidata18 helped me unlock career opportunities - Connie Clare, University of Nottingham