Slides from the 1st #scidata17 lighting talk session (‘Research, sharing and reuse’) are now available on the @SpringerNature #researchdata community: https://researchdata.springernature.com/users/14585-mathias-astell/posts/22641-scidata17-lightning-talks-session-1 … pic.twitter.com/sRFgovC05p
Last Thursday we reached a major milestone for the SciGraph project: nearly 1 billion facts (= RDF statements) have been released as Linked Open Data, most of it under a CC-BY license! This data release follows and improves on the previous data release (February 2017) which included metadata for all journal articles published in the last 5 years.
All the scribe images from #scidata17 can now be downloaded from our research data community – have you registered? https://researchdata.springernature.com/users/14585-mathias-astell/posts/22057-images-scidata17
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Watch #scidata17 LIVE now – it’s been great so far and we’ve got loads more fantastic #openscience talks to come! https://www.facebook.com/scientificdata/videos/1410989405696093/ … pic.twitter.com/GSnCFO5Q55
Watch all of #scidata17 lightning talks on the conference live stream: https://www.facebook.com/scientificdata/videos/1410989405696093/ …
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