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Data management, sharing, and publication are integral parts of a robust data management plan, a core requirement of all NSF funded research grants and many other funding agencies. This seminar will discuss some common challenges and present solutions for managing and sharing data using CUAHSI tools, specifically utilizing HydroShare. HydroShare is an online repository system for water data and models that aims to advance hydrologic science through enabling users to manage, share, and publish products resulting from their research and data collection. We will introduce attendees to approaches for managing current and archived data, collaboration within a research group, documentation of metadata, and publication. The webinar will center around tools and techniques within HydroShare to facilitate these activities, employing both discussions and demos.
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|Waterhackweek 2019 Cyberseminar and Tutorial Collection||Christina Bandaragoda||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
|CUAHSI's 2019 Cyberseminar Series: Waterhackweek||Anthony Castronova||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
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