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SeedMe Workshop: Collaborative Data Sharing Infrastructure for Researchers

Date: 05/01/2018

On behalf of Amit Chourasia, San Diego Supercomputer Center, UCSD

SeedMe workshop: Collaborative data sharing infrastructure for researchers
Date: Aug 24, 2018 (9am - 5pm PDT)
Venue: San Diego Supercomputer Center
Max attendees: 25 (20 spots available currently)
Workshop information: https://www.seedme.org/events/seedme-workshop-2018
Workshop abstract:
SeedMe workshop will provide a hands on experience to create and use data sharing infrastructure for research purpose. The workshop will introduce the SeedMe platform (supported by NSF) that provides powerful data organization and data sharing tools. The platform supports extensive customization and rapid collaboration by providing an ability to collocate data, its description and its discussion in one spot. The workshop attendees will take away a fully functioning data sharing website for exploring its use in their projects. See more information on the workshop page.


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