Understanding open data
What the event covered
In this webinar, we took a deep dive into open data, and what it means in practice when publishing your research. We explained how open data fits into broader open research, which aims to encourage transparency, accessibility & reproducibility of research.
We also explored varied definitions of ‘data’, how to plan your research to make sharing easier, how to choose a data repository and linking shared data to your research. In this session, Matt Cannon, explains the exciting opportunities available through using open data, and the policies and practices in place to support this at Taylor & Francis.
This webinar is part of the Taylor & Francis Researcher Webinar Series 2023.
About the speaker
Matt Cannon is the Head of Open Research for Taylor & Francis based in the UK. He helps set journal policies and establishes best practice to increase the reproducibility and transparency of research. He is a member of the Research Data Alliance, FORCE11 and on the steering group of the STM Publishing Association’s Research Data Project.
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