Love Data Week, 10-14 February 2020

All week, we’ll be sharing blog posts from researchers on different aspects of data sharing #lovedata20
Love Data Week, 10-14 February 2020

Love Data Week aims to raise awareness and build a community, to engage on topics related to research data. 

To mark Love Data Week 2020, we’re bringing together blog posts from four researchers, who were selected as winners of our Better Science Through Better Data writing competition. 

Three of the Better Science Through Better Data writing competition winners, with Nature's Jack Leeming

Monday 10 February

Our first blog post from Oriana Genolet explores the issues facing open data and how to fix them.

Tuesday 11 February

Today's blog post from Anna Holderbaum looks at what's on the horizon for data sharing and open science. 

Wednesday 12 February 

Next up, Jazlynn Tan's blog post looks at four barriers to open data, and how these are being overcome. 

Thursday 13 February

Finally this week, read Mi Nguyen’s blog post on the ethics of data sharing.

Catch up on Better Science Through Better Data 2019

You can find the entire conference collection published on figshare, including recordings, live scribe illustrations and slides.

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