Collaboration in Science and Technology, at Harvard's Women In Technology, Lamont Library, Harvard Univeristy, Thursday, April 9, 2015:

Description: Until recently, the criteria used in assessing and engaging people for the advancement of science and technology have been focused on skills and contributions of single individuals in these fields, and not been carefully evaluated based on their success. As science and technology are increasingly becoming collaborative and social ventures, and it is now seldom the case that the impact of a single individual is crucial, the criteria for and stereotypes of the successful scientific or technical leader should change accordingly. Changing the...

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Data Publishing while Preserving Data Privacy, at IASSIST 2014, Toronto, Thursday, June 5, 2014

Over the last decade, our Data Science team at Harvard's Institute for Quantitative Social Science has been iteratively developing Dataverse, a data repository  framework to facilitate and enhance research transparency through data sharing, preservation, citation, reuse and analysis. During the last two years, we have implemented extensible data publishing workflows and effective ways to link articles to data. In this talk, I'll present our latest data publishing workflows and introduce data publishing for sensitive data.