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WDS Sessions at 2014 AGU Fall Meeting

Moscone Center, San Francisco, USA

Now in its 47th year, the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting brings together nearly 24,000 attendees from the Earth and space sciences community for discussions on the latest trends, research, and challenges, through greater than 1700 sessions categorized into broader interdisciplinary themes to encourage attendees to explore beyond their primary fields of interest. This meeting ...

WDS co-convened Data Publication session at EGU 2015

Austria Center Vienna (ACV), Vienna, Austria

The following Data Publication session co-convened by ICSU-WDS will be held at the European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2015 (12–17 April 2015; Vienna, Austria): GI1.2/SSS1.7 Data publishing and archiving: paving the way to data-intensive science (co-listed) For further information on the WDS Publishing Data Working Group, see here .

Publishing Data Webinar

This Webinar will take place on Thursday, 2 October 2014 at 13:00 UTC/GMT, and will update participants on the current activities of the various Data Publishing Interest and Working Groups under the joint effort of the ICSU World Data System (ICSU-WDS) and the Research Data Alliance (RDA).  Seats are limited to 100 and are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Therefore, please ...

ESIP Summer Meeting 2014 and WDS Town Hall

Frisco, CO , USA

Keynote plenaries on software sustainability from multiple perspectives (data center, science and entrepreneurial) Breakout sessions on software metrics, attribution of software and source code and building community around a software package Half-day training on Agile software development practices and a discussion session on Agile in use around the ESIP Federation 2-day Software ...

CODATA Workshop on Big Data for International Scientific Programmes: Challenges and Opportunities

Beijing, China

Harnessing the Big Data Age for International Science Rapid advances in technology are radically changing the way in which data are being collected, used, and stored. Digital data are gathered, replicated, moved, and processed more quickly and in greater volumes than ever before. As new information technologies, sensors, and communication networks develop, the range and complexity of ...