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|Title:||How you combine multiple data source to establish FAIR principle to modern experiments.|
|Category:||Conference / Workshop|
|Contact:||Dr. Thomas Gruber, HZDR:FWCC, 312/7 Telefon: 3846, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Location:||104/215 - IT-Schulungsraum|
|Content:||Producing research data is easy. But to document it in a way to make it reproducible for other researchers is not trivial. The experiments are getting more complex and it seems that every experiment is “unique”. How easy is it to use “standard tools” to document my specific experiment and collect all necessary meta data? What are the benefits of the initial overhead? This workshop will start with a simple experimental setup with no documentation to show how to solve these questions. To apply FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and re-usable) principles to the generated data several steps are necessary. You will learn how to store experimental parameters and other meta data together with the generated raw data in a database. Now you are able to search for data sets with specific parameters. This selection can be used for data analysis. How to gain access to this data and use them for analysis is the second main topic of this workshop. You will see that these tools are the essential pieces of our data management strategy, which will be presented in the first talk “Seamless access to compute resources and data”. Please register to participate in the workshop. If you bring your own laptop, please ensure to be able to login into the internal network via WLAN to run the workshop example.|