There is a broad consensus among researchers, publishers and funding bodies that open sharing of data is needed to address major reproducibility and transparency challenges that currently exist in all scientific disciplines. In addition to potentially increasing the utilization of shared data through re-analysis and integration with other data, data sharing is beneficial for the individual researchers through data citation and increased exposure of the research. The EU Human Brain Project (HBP) has developed a data sharing platform (EBRAINS) with associated tools, workflows, and data curation services tailored for sharing of heterogeneous, multimodal neuroscience data. Learn more about EBRAINS data sharing at ebrains.eu, what it means for you as a researcher and the underlying tools and services.
In this course, we walk you through the curation process from start to finish and introduce you to workflows, integrated analysis pipelines and tools that can further research for yourself and others!
This course was developed by Maaike van Swieten, Ida Aasebø, and the EBRAINS Curation Services.