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The Politics of Data: The rising prominence of a data-centric approach to scientific research.

The Politics of Data: The rising prominence of a data-centric approach to scientific research. | Science 2.0 news | Scoop.it

Sabina Leonelli and Louise Bezuidenhout argue the study of data itself is an excellent entry point to reflect on the activities and claims associated to the idea of scientific knowledge. How scientists perceive their research environments, what they recognize as strengths and limitations, and what in these environments pose material or social challenges to data engagement all influence how data travels. (...) - Blog LSE 'Impact of Social Science', by Sabina Leonelli & Louise Bezuidenhout, 2015/10/05

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Zenodo Launches!

Zenodo Launches! | Science 2.0 news | Scoop.it

Newly launched, Zenodo www.zenodo.org offers a one-stop-store for research output. Created by OpenAIRE and CERN, and supported by the European Commission, this new-generation online repository offers its service from the OpenAIRE [Open Access Infrastructure Research] pan-European initiative, which expands the linking of research output to datasets and funding information, in European and national contexts. 


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Tree of Science's curator insight, July 22, 2013 6:34 AM

A Figshare-like digital research tools for European researchers with assigned DOI too. 

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Feature Release: New image marker tool for labfolder users

Feature Release: New image marker tool for labfolder users | Science 2.0 news | Scoop.it

In order to use images in a scientific context, you need to make a few annotations very often: Marks and labels help to understand what´s important, be it in your notes or in your publications. In your good old paper notebook, you would just simply scribble by hand to get the message across and to highlight your findings on agarose gels, graphs, or any other data output. [...] 

We have added the most frequently used editing tools to the image annotation section. (...) - labfolder blog, by Johanna Havemann, July 29th, 2013


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Instead of using Photoshop or Power Point to annotate your research images, Labfolder (a data manager) provides now some editing tools

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