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Satellite Workshop: Practical approaches to research data management and reproducibility

25 Sep 2018 14:15
26 Sep 2018 12:00
Bernstein Conference 2018, TU Berlin

Advances in neuroscience technology and methodology have dramatically increased our abilities to generate data with unprecedented volume and complexity. The growing complexity of experimental paradigms or models pose high demands on data management to ensure reproducibility. As we use more and more powerful experimental, analytical, and modeling techniques, we also require sophisticated methods supporting data handling, reproducibility, and collaboration. Although various tools have started to emerge that address some of these challenges, we must ask how these tools are best combined synergistically to form complete digitized and documented workflows for data acquisition and analysis.









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