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Capturing and sharing chemistry research data

Coles, Simon J. (2007) Capturing and sharing chemistry research data At ALPSP International Scholarly Communications Conference. 13 Apr 2007.

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Recent developments in scientific instrument hardware and a vast increase in computational processing power have seen an exponential increase in the rate and quantity of research data produced. This poses many problems with the effective capture and management of the data and despite advances in electronic publishing the traditional processes for dissemination are failing to keep up with this new pace of generation. The talk will outline the current problems with capturing and making available chemistry data and will present a model, based on institutional data repositories and harvester/aggregator services, for the changing landscape of the research data lifecycle in the field of chemical crystallography.

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Submitted date: 2007
Venue - Dates: ALPSP International Scholarly Communications Conference, 2007-04-13 - 2007-04-13


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Date deposited: 20 Apr 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:10

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