Dataverse Community Meeting 2021

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Dataverse is an open-source web application to share, preserve, cite, explore, and analyze research data.

At the Dataverse Community Meeting 2021, to be held virtually from June 14 to 17, we’ll be discussing topics such as curation workflows, metadata (including controlled vocabularies), licensing, sensitive data, geospatial data, integrations and external tools, software metadata and containerization, long-term preservation, CoreTrustSeal certification, installation and cloud deployment, governance.

In addition, there will be an introductory session on June 14.

For registration, see the page: https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/dcm2021/register

 

Date et Heure
14 juin 2021 17 juin 2021
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