Do you have reuse in mind when collecting your research data? Do you know how to tidy your data to make it reusable?
Join Michelle Edwards, Director of Agri-food Data Strategy and Lucas Alcantara, Manager of Research Centre Data from the University of Guelph to learn the best practices for data organization, documentation, and sharing. Participants will receive hands-on training and guidance, as well as the opportunity to network with other researchers and learn about the latest data management and sharing development.
This workshop is available online and in-person with limited spaces available for both options.
Use this guide to learn how to navigate GitHub and Posit Cloud, which are needed for this workshop.
Review of the FAIR data principles.
The importance of data reusability and how we can keep reusability in mind in every step of a research project: developing a reusability mindset. Strategies to record data that meet domain-relevant community standards and are associated with detailed provenance.
The Ontario Dairy Research Centre (ODRC) in Elora, Ontario, is leading dairy innovation through education and collaboration. It is a state-of-the-art 175,000 square foot facility for discovery, learning and outreach. This centre is a partnership between the Agricultural Research Institute of Ontario, OMAFRA, the University of Guelph and the Ontario dairy industry.
Learn more about the ODRC at https://uoguel.ph/sopr9.
Tour will not be available synchronously for online participants. Instead, 360º Virtual Tours are available at the Ontario Agri-Food and Innovation Alliance YouTube channel: @AgInnovationON. Please find the direct links below:
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For in-person participants: Please bring your own laptop for the hands-on R programming training on days 3 and 4, as one will not be provided for you. Breakfast will be available daily at 8:30 a.m. and lunch will be provided.
This event was made possible by funding from Compute Ontario.