Open data day -"Open data from a researcher's perspective!" (Zoom)
(In English below) Att främja tillgång till forskningsdata kan vara av stor betydelse för forskarsamhället men även för samhället i stort. Vi har bjudit in personer med stort engagemang i frågor som rör öppna data, som kommer att berätta om och diskutera varför (eller varför inte) samt när, vart och hur det är meningsfullt att göra forskningsdata tillgängliga. Målgrupp: Forskare. Konferensen är på engelska. Frågor kan ställas på svenska.
In English: Promoting access to research data can be of great importance to society including the research community. We have invited people with great commitment to issues that concern open data, who will talk about and discuss why (or why not) and when, where and how it makes sense to make research data available. Target group: Researchers. The conference language is English.
Our speakers are:
Anna Dreber Almenberg, Professor of Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics & Member of the Young Academy of Sweden. Anna is the Johan Björkman professor of economics at the Stockholm School of Economics. She is also a Wallenberg Scholar, a member of the Young Academy of Sweden (2016-2021) and a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA). She is mainly working in behavioral economics as well as on reproducibility issues and the use of prediction markets and forecasting surveys in scientific contexts. Anna is an associate editor at the Journal of Political Economy.
Sanja Halling, Senior Research Officer, Swedish Research Council. Sanja Halling is the Swedish national coordinator for open research data.
Gustav Nilsonne, PhD, researcher in Neuro- and Metascience, Karolinska institute Gustav Nilsonne is a researcher in neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet, as well as a researcher in metascience, investigating questions related to transparency and reproducibility of research. Gustav is domain specialist with the Swedish National Data Service (SND) for medical data, and national coordinator for domain specialists.
Stefan Nylinder, PhD, Research Data Advisor, Swedish National Data Service. With a PhD in systematics and biodiversity, I was a researcher at the Natural History Museum before leaving active science and moving into administrative territory. Between 2016-2019 I developed research data management pipelines at the Department of Psychology (GU). I am currently employed at SND, working as a national research data advisor.
Program (updated continously)
Keynote 1: Open access to research data
The presentation is about what open access to research data means, how it is connected to data management planning, FAIR-principles, and open data, and also about the current work within the national coordination of transition to open access to research data at the Swedish Research Council.
Keynote 2: Linneaus, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Open Data
Open Data has been a key feature in systematic research, ever since the days of Linneaus in the 18th century. Stephan will talk about how experiences from the field of systematics were used to encourage researchers at a Psychology department to move towards embracing open data. He will also reflect on what will the establishment of central research data storages and repositories do for open data initiatives.
Keynote 3: Which results can we trust? On the importance of open data (and science) to improve the reliability of scientific results
Why are there so many false positive results in the published scientific literature? And what is the actual share of results that do not replicate in different literatures in the experimental social sciences? Anna will discuss several recent large replication projects and discuss how open data and open science can improve the share of reliable results.
Keynote 4: Open and FAIR research data - some principles and examples
Gustavs presentation will cover principles for preparing and sharing research data and related objects, as well as secondary re-use of data. Management of sensitive personal data will be given special attention. Examples of good practice will be shown.
|Question & Answer session||15:40||16:00|
E-mail: email@example.com to receive the meeting link