The electronic laboratory notebook, a transverse tool for reproducible research
5 may 2022 from 2 to 4 pm
As part of the "For Reproducible Research" seminars, Gricad, MaiMoSiNE and SARI offer you this
seminar on the electronic laboratory notebook.
This session continues the presentation of tools to facilitate the implementation of replicable research.
The eLabFTW laboratory notebook will be presented (Nicolas Carpi, Institut Curie) as well as its implementation at UGA/GINP and its concrete use (Jean-Luc Parouty, SIMAP).
Presentations and videos are available on the website Grenoble Network for Reproducible Research.
Opening of a Binderhub service
GRICAD offers a new notebook sharing service, Binderhub, accessible in beta version for the moment (no permanent data).
This is an online service for creating and sharing notebook environments, via a code repository (git, gitlab, etc.). It allows demonstrations and collaborative work.
To access the service. Do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com.
Archiving, identifying, describing and citing software with HAL and Software Heritage
21 april 2022 at 2pm
As part of the "For Reproducible Research" seminars, Gricad, MaiMoSiNE and SARI announce the next webinar.
It will be animated by Morane Gruenpeter, research engineer in the Software Heritage project, specialist in metadata and will deal with the theme: Archiving, identifying, describing and citing software with HAL and Software Heritage.
The conection information will be published later.
Practical information on the site of the Grenoble Network for Reproducible Research
Feedback from the Data Grenoble Alpes Unit
Couperin's GTSO Data
regularly publishes feedback on the approaches implemented to support data management practices in institutions.
Now it's the turn of the Cellule Data Grenoble Alpes (CDGA) to present what has been implemented in Grenoble.
To find this interview with Violaine Louvet (GRICAD) and Lucie Albaret (BAPSO UGA) follow this link.
Opening of the new UGA open science website
Open science aims to promote the unhindered dissemination of publications,
data and research codes in order to generalize access to knowledge.
The University of Grenoble Alpes is committed to this national and international sharing dynamic, which today has major scientific, ethical and societal implications.
The new UGA Open Science website is the single point of entry to all information, resources and services, events, training and news on the subject. It will support Grenoble's scientific communities in implementing open science for all research productions.
Whether you are looking for help to write a Data Management Plan (DMP), to deposit a publication in HAL, to understand Plan S, to store or process sensitive data, this site will answer your questions. It was realized and will be animated by the members of the cells Data Grenoble Alpes and HAL UGA. Il a été réalisé et sera animé par les membres des cellules Data Grenoble Alpes et HAL UGA.