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A beginner’s guide to data sharing

Originally published on the Cogtales blog  and is reposted with the author’s permission. Science is becoming more and more open and transparent, and I think that’s awesome. An important aspect is sharing whatever information...

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DNAdigest interviews The Farr Institute

Interview with Andrew Morris, Professor of Medicine, Director of the Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics, Vice Principal of Data Science at the University of Edinburgh and the Director of the Farr...

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DNAdigest interviews DataSHIELD

This interview focuses on the open source DataSHIELD software that enables you to take the analysis to the data, not the data to the analysis. Just like the software itself, this interview is a...

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DNAdigest interviews the MSSNG project

Interview with Mathew Pletcher from the MSSNG project. Mathew is one of the many great speakers at the BioData World Congress in Boston on September 14-15th presenting: “MSSNG – Changing the face of autism...

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The right to know: how genetic counselling works

We are happy to share this interview conducted by Front Line Genomics. Originally published here. Genetic counsellors are the public face of precision medicine. Striking a balance between genomics and people, by providing information...

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DNAdigest interviews Phil Bourne from BD2K

Fiona Nielsen from DNAdigest interviewed Phil Bourne – Associate Director for Data Science at the National Institutes of Health about the Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) project. Photo credit: Wikipedia What is Big Data to...

Get the most out of your impact data

It’s time to put our impact data to work to get a better understanding of the value, use and re-use of research. Published under CC BY 3.0 license. Originally Published by Liz Allen, PhD...