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FAIR research data & software development & management
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What We Do

And you can, too!

How to put the FAIR Data Principles into practice? How to apply them to scientific software? We want to learn from each other and teach ourselves the necessary skills. Having started this journey at TIB's "FAIR Data & Software" workshop, we continue it with this study group.

Skill Sharing

Share your coding and data skills and tools with your students, colleagues and friends in a casual, no-pressure environment.

Co-Working

Get together on your research projects, learn from each other and share what you know.

Community Building

Meet new people working and/or learning at TIB, LUH or in Hannover and find out what we can achieve by working together.

FAIR Data Principles: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable

Events

What to expect?

Please click on the event titles to see more details, like learning objective(s), prerequisites, etc.

Time and location

Wednesdays, 16:00 to 18:00 in either the Grunwald-Haus (north-west of TIB's TechNat building, ground floor) or at LUH's building 3109 / Schneiderberg 50 (room V205).


  • 5. December 2018Data visualisation in R according to the Grammar of Graphics
    Schneiderberg — Diagrams have layers. Like onions.
  • 19. December 2018Coworking
    Grunwald-Haus — Bring your research data and software problems, questions or ideas to discuss, answer or work on them together.
  • 26. December 2018Christmas Break
    Home — Merry Christmas!
  • 9. January 2019Regular expressions. What are those? What are they useful for?
    Grunwald-Haus — And how do I construct, test and use them? If you have own code with regular expressions, bring it and we'll try to find edge-cases of them matching false positives or not matching false negatives.
  • 16. January 2019Introducing Git on the command line
    Grunwald-Haus — Bring your research data and software problems, questions or ideas to discuss, answer or work on them together.
  • 23. January 2019Comparing GitHub and GitLab
    Grunwald-Haus —
  • 30. January 2019Coworking
    Grunwald-Haus — Bring your research data and software problems, questions or ideas to discuss, answer or work on them together.
  • 6. February 2019Starting a personal R package
    Grunwald-Haus — Many roads lead to R(om)eproducibility! Packaging R code is one of them.
  • 13. February 2019Coworking
    Grunwald-Haus — Bring your research data and software problems, questions or ideas to discuss, answer or work on them together.

Languages of the events // Sprache der Veranstaltungen

Both English and German speakers are present at our meetings. Event suggestions in both languages are welcome, see below! // Bei uns wird sowohl Englisch, als auch Deutsch gesprochen. Themenvorschläge sind in beiden Sprachen willkommen, siehe unten!

Suggest an Event / Ein Thema vorschlagen How to lead a Study Group session

Want to be notified of our upcoming events?

Head over to GitHub and watch our repository, like this:

Look in the top right-hand corner of our repo, and click "Watching."
You can undo this at any time in the same place.

Come Say Hi

We use GitHub to organise this study group, plan our events, discuss and work on our projects. Join us there!

Who We Are

We're scientists, students and researchers who want to improve, FAIR-ify and publish our work. We are happy to help you do the same!

Katrin Leinweber

TIB, Hannover

Interests:
  •  Git
  •  R (packaging)
  •  software project management

Robert Birkelbach

DZHW, Hannover; University of Cologne

Interests:
  •  Sociology/Social Network Analysis
  •  Statistics and Research Methods
  •  R

Kremena Burkhard

LUH, Hannover, Institute of Environmental Planning

Interests:
  •  spatial data analysis
  •  R
  •  Python/GIS

Jennifer Kreklow

LUH, Hannover, Institute of Physical Geography and Landscape Ecology

Interests:
  •  spatial data analysis
  •  Python
  •  GIS