By Software Sustainability Institute Fellow Gergana Daskalova, University of Edinburgh
By Connie Clare, TU Delft.
This post was originally published on the Open Working blog at TU Delft.
TU Delft Library met Data Champions from the Department of Biotechnology, Victor Koppejan and Raúl A. Ortiz Merino, to celebrate their Software and Data Carpentry workshop success.
By Danielle Robinson, Code for Science & Society, with an introduction by Raniere Silva, Software Sustainability Institute.
As we reported in 2014, 7 out of 10 UK researchers said that it's impossible to conduct research without software. Some of those software can be categorised as open source data tools—defined as open source projects that facilitate any part of researchers data workflow, including data collection, analysis, visualisation, sharing, reuse, publication, and/or collaborative data projects. Code for Science & Society (CS&S) are working on a research project with…