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Love Your Data Week Feb 13th – 17th 2017

February 17th: Rescuing Unloved Data Post authored by Lora Leligdon We are wrapping up Love Your Data week with rescuing unloved data. As always, please join in the conversation on Twitter (#LYD17 #loveyourdata) or share your insights on Facebook (#LYD17 … Continue reading

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Love Your Data Week Feb 13th – 17th 2017

February 16th: Finding the Right Data Post authored by Lora Leligdon Thursday bring us to finding the right data for your project. Need help finding the right data? Check out the Library’s Research Guides on data or contact your subject … Continue reading

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Love Your Data Week Feb 13th – 17th 2017

February 15th: Good Data Examples Post authored by Lora Leligdon Day three of Love Your Data week brings us to some examples of good data! What are good data? Good data are FAIR – Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Re-usable Things to … Continue reading

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Love Your Data Week Feb 13th – 17th 2017

February 14th: Documenting, Describing, Defining Post authored by Lora Leligdon For the second day of Love Your Data week, we will be discussing good data documentation! Good documentation tells people they can trust your data by enabling validation, replication, and … Continue reading

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Love Your Data Week Feb 13th – 17th 2017

February 13th: Defining Data Quality Post authored by Lora Leligdon Welcome to Love Your Data week! Each day this week we will be blogging, tweeting, and sharing practical tips, resources, and stories to help you adopt good data practices. Up … Continue reading

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Love Your Data Week Feb 13th – 17th 2017

February 9th: Love Your Data! Post authored by Lora Leligdon Next week is Love Your Data week, an international event to help researchers take better care of their data. This year’s theme is emphasizing data quality for researchers during any … Continue reading

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