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Wednesday, October 3 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Making Your Data Work Harder: Using Shared Data to Enhance Your Research

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The availability of shared data presents new opportunities for scientific discovery. This session has as its objective helping researchers to realize those opportunities. It will include a brief tutorial on how to more effectively and efficiently locate data, and how to use code-generation services to accelerate analysis. That will be followed by real-world examples of data synthesis with a panel drawn from LTER Synthesis Working Groups.

Participants in the workshop discussion will have the opportunity to consider how data are currently shared and analyzed, identify deficiencies and opportunities, and to help define new visions of how data can be found, analyzed, and used to make possible new syntheses and scientific discoveries.

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Stevan Earl

Information Manager, CAP LTER

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John Porter

Res. Assoc. Prof., University of Virginia

Wednesday October 3, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
12. Scripps Meeting Room