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    • LOCH: REF Open Access Implementation Documents 

      Totterdell, Tamise (University of Edinburgh, 2015-02-05)
      Documents pertaining to the planned implementation of REF Open Access requirements in an academic School at the University of Edinburgh.
    • LOCH: Open Access Implementation Responsibility Matrix 

      Krzak, Anna (University of Edinburgh, 2015-02-05)
      Draft Responsibility Matrix for College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine for REF Open Access requirements implementation.
    • LOCH Minimum Deposit Requirements Checklist 

      Proven Jackie; Aucock, Janet; Bryce, Michael; Brady, Kyle (2014-12)
      LOCH Project Output
    • Roslin Institute RCUK Open Access Report 2014 

      Hart, Patricia; Simpson, Colin; Tate, Dominic (University of Edinburgh, 2014-10-13)
      This report details the expenditure of the £70,000 + one off £25,000 setup allocation received by The Roslin Institute from RCUK in 2013.
    • Dealing with Data in Human Brain Imaging 

      Job, Dominic; Gonzalez, Rodriguez; Wardlaw, Joanna (2014-08-26)
      Here we present a brief discussion of current challenges to data integration and sharing in the field of human neuroimaging at Edinburgh University.
    • Integrated Skills, Integrated Data: Mapping Best Practice and Collections for Innovation and Engagement 

      Hosker, Rachel; Knowles, Claire; Rodger, Norman (AIP Publishing, 2014)
      In recent years the University of Edinburgh [UoE] has seen change, mergers, external partnerships and innovation at the heart of its growth and activity. Collections at UoE were not immune from these changes and have ...
    • Accessing Big (Commercial) Data across a Global Research Infrastructure - Modelling Consumer Behaviour in China 

      Lloyd, Ashley D.; Antonioletti, Mario A.; Sloan, Terence M. (2014-08-26)
      The use of globally distributed computing systems and globally distributed data to understand and manage global organisations is a well-established vision. It can be found in patents awarded for electrical communications ...
    • Mapping and Managing Edinburgh's Social History (MESH) 

      Rodger, Richard; Grosso, Eric (2014-08-26)
      Maps are both an ancient and a modern creation. MESH uses Edinburgh’s rich cartographic history, generously supplied in geo-referenfed form by the NLS Map Library, and also creates many new maps using information for the ...
    • Secure and Scalable Systems for Research Data Management 

      Walsh, Paul (2014-08-26)
      Recent years have witnessed extraordinary advancement in the data generation capacity of research tools such as mass spectrometry, genomic sequencing, digital imaging and other high throughput technologies. This has led ...
    • Capturing Datasets ... is only the half of it! 

      Simpson, Colin (2014-08-26)
      In the role of Data Manager at The Roslin Institute for the past three years, the one thing that has struck me more than anything else is the dedication and commitment to science each of our 70 + PI’s demonstrate. I’m told ...
    • There's no point going on - visualising qualitative data 

      Sharman, Ian (2014-08-26)
      "Journey to the Centre of the Worth" is the follow-up to " Exactly Which Part of What We do in Higher Education is Not Employability?". This is the graphic representation of the emergent themes from that discussion. The ...
    • Dealing with data from West Nilotic languages 

      Remijsen, Bert (2014-08-26)
      Since 2005, the author has been involved in several projects aimed at investigating and documenting the Western Nilotic languages Dinka and Shilluk. Over the years he has come to distinguish primarily between two types of ...
    • Sharing non(personal) data: the case of neuro-imaging 

      Pernet, Cyril R.; Job, Dominic; Wardlaw, Joanna; Rodriguez, David (2014-08-26)
      Sharing data is beneficial in many ways: it accelerates progress in our fundamental understanding of the topic addressed by the data, it improves publication and data quality, it reduces the cost of research and increases ...
    • GeosMeta: a prototype metadata and provenance service 

      Mineter, M.; Palansuriya, C.; Nowell, J.; Hagdorn, M.; Sloan, T.M.; Place, C.J.; Jackson, M. (2014-08-26)
      GeosMeta is the name of a new service being developed for use in the University's School of GeoSciences, in a collaboration with EPCC. The objective of GeosMeta is to gather metadata during a project: • to assist the ...
    • Dealing with software: the research data issues 

      Hong, Neil Chue (2014-08-26)
      Software underpins much of the scientific research undertaken today. As well as the “traditional” use of software for modelling and simulation, it is used to manage and control instruments, and analyse and visualise data. ...
    • Hyperglycaemia and diabetes risk among 100,000 patients: Opportunities and challenges in using routine healthcare data 

      McAllister, David (2014-08-26)
      In a Chief Scientist Office (CSO) funded project recently accepted for publication in PLOS Medicine we performed a novel linkage of multiple Scottish healthcare databases to address the question:- “What is the risk of type ...
    • Using an electronic lab notebook to facilitate Research Data Management at the University of Edinburgh 

      Goddard, Nigel (2014-08-26)
      This paper examines how adoption of an electronic lab notebook can facilitate a research data management programme, using the design and integration of the RSpace electronic lab notebook at the University of Edinburgh ...
    • Archiving a Complex Dataset:: IST-3 - A case study 

      Drever, Jonathan (2014-08-26)
      The Third International Stroke Trial (IST-3) was a long running, large-scale international multi-centre randomised controlled trial of a thrombolytic drug, coordinated from Edinburgh, that recruited 3035 patients with ...
    • How Electronic Lab Notebooks can galvanise Research Data Management 

      Macneil, Rory (2014-08-26)
      The paper explains how electronic lab notebooks and data repositories are complementary responses to the scientific data problem. It is divided into four parts: 1. Description of the scientific data problem 2. Overview ...
    • Archiving the Scottish Young People’s Survey 

      Croxford, Linda (2014-08-26)
      From 1962 to 2005, a series of large-scale national surveys asked young Scots about their experiences of school and moving on to further and higher education or the labour market. They were commissioned by the Scottish ...