11/13/2009 9:18:05 AM
Looks like I will be heading to Connecticut on Saturday, November 21 for a one day event at the Yale Law School on Data and Code Sharing in Computational Science. This is the first event I have ever been to which is being completely organized by wiki which means that the agenda, attendee list, and other logistics are all password protected. So, to give a sense of the event, I pulled down a PDF of the agenda
(realizing that it is being constantly edited). It is part of something called the Information Society Project
. We have worked for some time to try to make research data more accessible so the particular focus here on making data available to encourage replicability will be of great interest. I've pulled down the "resources and readings
" page, as well, as it is the most authoritative list of articles, blogs, and important background material
on data sharing that I have ever seen in this area.