Courses and events
13 February, 12:00–13:00
Love Data Week: The temperature of Uppsala – observations since 1722
The unique Uppsala temperature series is one of the worlds best examples of the value of open and accessible data. When Anders Celsius was a grad student in the 1720’s, the Uppsala researchers started conducting daily meteorological measurements, that have continued on until today, and into the future.
13 February, 12:45–13:00
Love Data Week: On altmetrics
Have a cup of coffee and listen to Daniel Wadskog, bibliometrician at Uppsala university library, who will talk about altmetrics and how it can be useful for researchers.
14 February, 12:00–13:15
Love Data Week: Open data - examples and reflections
Open data can enable cumulative science, new discovery, and critical reanalysis. Increasingly, scientific journals and funders are mandating open data. Challenges exist in relation to data stewardship and protection of sensitive data from humans. This talk will give examples of open data from research on humans and will discuss scientific and ethical principles in relation to these examples.
14 February, 12:45–13:00
Love Data Week: Open access to research data and datasets in DiVA
Have a cup of coffee and listen to Christer Lagvik från the Electronic Publishing Centre, Uppsala university library, who will talk about open access to research data and how to publish data sets in DiVA.
15 February, 13:15–14:45
Love Data Week: Network analysis on publication data
Would you like to know how the rest of the world perceives your research? Welcome to this workshop where we will have a brief introduction to VOSviewer, a free network analysis toolkit for publication data.
16 February, 12:00–13:15
Love Data Week: The value and burden of open data - a foray through the solid Earth sciences data landscape
Data are central in solid Earth sciences and legacy data have a high value for new research. Nevertheless, many disciplines do not have a tradition of data sharing and preservation, but this situation is presently changing.