Seminar on FAIR biodiversity data

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The Norwegian Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) node in cooperation with the Arctic University Museum of Norway welcomes you to an open biodiversity data seminar Thursday 23rd to Friday 24th of May in Tromsø. The seminar is free of charge and lunch is included.

The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) is an international network and data infrastructure providing open access to data about all types of life on Earth for anyone, anywhere.

On day one of the seminar, we will present the GBIF along with interesting use cases demonstrating how this infrastructure can help make your biodiversity research transparent and reproducible. On day 2 we offer hands-on training with data publishing.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work on your data with the assistance of experts. We invite you to bring your own data. It is also possible to practise with dummy data that we can provide for you. No experience is required, as long as you know and understand your own dataset!

We would very much like to hear about your GBIF data use and data publishing experiences. Please contact us if you want to present examples on data use or data publishing by 16th of April.

See full program for the seminar here

Register for the seminar here

Starts: 23.05.24 at 10.30
Ends: 24.05.24 at 15.00
Where: The Arctic University Museum of Norway
Location / Campus: Tromsø
Target group: Employees, Students, Guests, Invited, Unit
Contact: Andreas Altenburger
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