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Category Archives: Open Data

This year, Link Digital, represented by Executive Director Steven De Costa, was proud to join the participants of the 4th Open Data Roundtable in Washington. At this session, dedicated to Public-Private Collaboration, we made two commitments, now both delivered.

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Link Digital is excited to start working with the ANU (Australian National University) on an innovative project called MDbox: The open access repository for molecular dynamics (MD) simulation data. 

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Drupal, CKAN and Public Data

By admin | Published: 21/03/2016

DrupalGov Canberra was held at the National Museum of Australia on February 8th 2016, bringing together the best Drupal talent in the country to address challenges specific to the public sector.

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When looking at open access I've been considering what frictionless science might look like. I've been thinking about how to publish the full set of research artifacts needed to replicate and review work undertaken by labs, or to swap out data and reconstitute the research in a new context.

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    Greg comes to us from a background in pure mathematics, receiving his Ph.D. studying the connections between the shape of certain bubble-like surfaces and how to optimally solve certain transportation problems. From there, he went on and applied his love of mathematics to research in clean energy, as a plasma physicist working in fusion science.

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    With initial support from ACT Government, the eGov Cluster and Link Digital a steering group has been established to coordinate the development of an online precinct for CBR.

    The founding steering group on launch includes:

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    Universities and research organisations across the world from The Open University in the UK to Landcare Research in New Zealand have launched open access initiatives, moving beyond a centuries-old paper-based platform for sharing research.

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    The Published Data Cookbook was first introduced at the International Open Data Conference in May by Open Knowledge Australia board member and director of Link Digital, Steven De Costa.

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