Hello from Vancouver
I am now focusing on provide research data management assistance to researchers in chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials engineering.
In terms of research data repositories, are Figshare and Zenodo the most commonly used?
Earlier this week, I met with a chemistry professor to discuss research data and specifically how the department can comply with Canadian research data funder requirements.
Currently their research data is accessible as Supporting information via the journal article. Another challenge is the wide variety of data produced. The Supporting information for one of his article describes PXRD, Raman, TGA, nitrogent sorption isotherms, SEM and the list goes one.
Any guidance on how you are providing research data management assistance to your researchers would be greatly appreciated.
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