Available now is the video of my plenary talk at the 11th International Conference on Scientific Digitalization of Cultural and Scientific Heritage, University Repositories and Distance Learning. My slides and notes are available here.
UPDATE – The video of the presentation is now available.
This past weekend, I had the opportunity to visit Belgrade as a speaker at the 11th International Conference on Scientific Digitalization of Cultural and Scientific Heritage, University Repositories and Distance Learning. It was an excellent conference with even better hosts. My presentation discussed different ways that finished publications can be connected with related data. The below matrix summarizes the different options and the examples covered in the presentation:
The full presentation is below along with my notes:
Do you have data? Have you decided that you want to publish that data in a friendly way? Then this session is for you. Allowing your data to be linked to other data sets is an obvious way to make your data more useful, and to contribute back to the data community that you are a part of, but the mechanics of how you do that is not always so clear cut. This session will discuss just that. With experts from the publishing world, the liked data community, and scientific data services, this is a unique opportunity to get an insight into how to create linked scientific data, and what you can do with it once you have created it.
Richard Wallis’ slides from the session are available here:
Thanks to Ian Mulvany for organizing the panel: