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This was a day-long event that focused on data science and partnerships across industry, academia, and government initiatives.
Featured keynote speakers included: Ben Polak, Provost, Yale University Philip Bourne, Associate Director for Data Science, National Institutes of Health Cathy O’Neil, Director of the Lede Program in Data Practices, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism
Lawrence F. Gall, Informatics Manager for the Entomology Collection at the Peabody Museum of Natural History, will discuss the implementation of the Peabody’s EMu. EMu, short for Electronic Museum Management System, is a customizable collections management system that can describe cultural and natural history, special collections, art, and digital assets. EMu is also used at the Smithsonian, American Museum of Natural History, the Field Museum, and Cairo’s Supreme Council of Antiquities.
Join the Data & eScience group on Thursday, May 15, from 9:30 - 11:00 in the Marx Library StatLab classroom for this presentation and discussion session with Kelly M. Anastasio, Associate Director, Clinical Trial Resources, Yale Center for Clinical Investigation.
Join the Data & eScience group on Thursday, April 3, from 9:30 - 11:00 in the Marx Library StatLab classroom for this presentation and discussion session with Jason Lyall, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University.
Yale Day of Data will be a day-long event that brings researchers together across the sciences and social sciences. This event will draw from the experiences of faculty to explore the common themes and intersections linking data-intensive science together—including challenges posed by the ever-increasing complexity of data, increased expectations from funders, and heightened attention to data as a research product.
Limor will describe the ISPS Data Archive (launched in 2010 as a pilot for Yale’s Office of Digital Assets and Infrastructure) – its motivation, development, and future direction. Michelle will present on current data management initiatives at Yale and opportunities to learn more about data management and archiving best practices.
Jake Carlson is a Data Services Specialist at the Purdue University Libraries. In this role, he explores the application of the theories, principles, and practices of library science beyond the domain of traditional "library work." In particular, Carlson seeks to increase the Libraries' capabilities and opportunities to work in data-related research. Much of his work is done through direct collaborations and partnerships with research faculty. Carlson is one of the architects of the Data Curation Profile tool (http://datacurationprofiles.org) developed by Purdue and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and the Principal Investigator of the Data Information Literacy Project (http://datainfolit.org).
Carlson will give an overview of Purdue’s initiatives in data management and curation support services including the Data Curation Profiles, the Data Information Literacy project and the Purdue University Research Repository.
Sayeed Choudhury is the Associate Dean for Research Data Management and Hodson Director of the Digital Research and Curation Center at the Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins University. He is the principal investigator on the National Science Foundation Data Conservancy project aimed at building data management tools and services across institutions and disciplines. His presentation today will focus on an overview of the Data Conservancy and library and IT collaboration in building and sustaining research data management services.
Where do we talk about conferences?
If you are looking for information about conferences, please visit the Minutes and Presentation Archive tab. Conference updates are a regular part of DaEG meetings so we can all learn about how data is touching the landscape within our professions.
The current (unofficial) organizer of DaEG is Kayleigh Bohémier (email). She can answer questions about the group.
For information about research data management, please contact Data Librarian Barbara Esty (email). The Research Data Support Services group (RDSS) is also available for consultation on the form on their web site: http://researchdata.yale.edu.