Data Management Workshop with DataLad
- What? Full-day workshop on reproducible data management (centered around DataLad)
- When? 9am - 5pm UTC+1 (Berlin time) at Wednesday, November 18th 2020
- Where? Virtual (links to video-conference system will be provided via e-mail following registration via the online form)
- Who? The workshop is instructed by Adina Wagner and Lennart Wittkuhn. Everyone who would like to learn about data management and DataLad is invited to participate. The target audience are researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin.
- Costs? The workshop is free to attend.
Research Data Management is a core component of good scientific practice and can help to make your work not only more reproducible and transparent - but also easier.
Ever worked through such a directory?
Is this metaphor fitting to a recent paper of yours?
Have you ever looked like this trying to figure out how a colleagues script is supposed to work (or an old script of yourself)?
In this full-day workshop, organized as part of the Reproducible Neuroimaging (ReproNim) initiative to improve the reproducibility of neuroimaging science, ReproNim fellows will introduce core concepts and software tools that can make your next research project easier: Version control, principles for data analysis, data publication, and collaborative scientific workflows.
The workshop will be virtual and free to attend.
The workshop will center around DataLad, an open source software tool for data management and data publication. We will introduce core concepts of good research data management - joint version control of code and data, provenance capture for reproducible analysis, organizational principles for data analysis, and workflows and services for data publication and collaboration - in conjunction with demonstrating readily-applicable workflows or examples.
If you have always wanted to get going with version control, are curious to find out how to use DataLad, or want see simple workflows for reproducible science - from data sharing to reproducible papers - this workshop will be useful and easier than you think.
Location, date and time
The workshop will take place virtually, at UTC+2 (Berlin time) at Wednesday, November 18th 2020. It is scheduled as a full-day event (including breaks). Materials and recordings will be made available publicly after the workshop.
Attendance is free, but a registration is required.
To register for the workshop, please fill out this online form.
Your e-mail address will be used to send out further information as well as log in details to the virtual meeting. Your data will be not be stored beyond the workshop, and is only used for workshop coordination.
In case of any questions about the registration, please write an e-mail with the subject header "MPI Data Management Workshop Registration" to email@example.com.
As the workshop is virtual, on-site trouble-shooting and help is very limited. We ask participants to prepare by installing and testing all required software prior to the workshop, and reach out early in advance to the instructors if they require help. Instructions can be found in the section Preparations for participants.
Code of Conduct
We ask all participants to adhere to a code of conduct for the virtual meeting. It can be found in the section Code of Conduct.
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|Adina Wagner||Personal website and contact details: adina-wagner.com|
|Adina is a doctoral researcher in the Psychoinformatics Lab at the INM-7, Research Centre Jülich. She is a part of the DataLad Team with a leading role in documentation, teaching, and outreach, and a 2020/21 ReproNim/INCF Fellow.|
|Lennart Wittkuhn||Personal website and contact details: lennartwittkuhn.com/|
|Lennart is a PhD candidate in Cognitive Neuroscience and works with Nico Schuck in the Max Planck Research Group NeuroCode at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin. He is a member of the International Max Planck Research School for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research and a 2020/21 ReproNim/INCF Fellow.|