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Research Data Management

Making research data available

There is a growing awareness of the importance of research data. Elsevier is committed to encouraging and supporting researchers who want to store, share, discover and reuse data. To this end, Elsevier has set up several initiatives that allow authors to make their data available when they publish with Elsevier. In this webcast we will discuss these initiatives and focus on how editors can use these opportunities to make their journal more appealing to researchers.


Electronic lab notebook

Introducing Hivebench electronic lab notebook

The time it takes to prepare, analyze and share experimental results can seem prohibitive, especially in the current, highly competitive world of biological research. However, not only is data sharing mandated by certain funding and governmental bodies, it also has distinct advantages for research quality and impact. Good laboratory practices recommend that all researchers use electronic lab notebooks (ELN) to save their results.

Start using Hivebench, the full demo

Long form demo describing all the steps required to register and use the basic functionality

Creating a Hivebench account

Demo describing how to create a Hivebench account

Managing research data

Demo describing how to manage research data

Editing experiments

Demo describing how to edit experiments

Searching for results

Demo describing how to search for results

Planning experiments with the calendar

Demo describing how to plan experiments with the calendar

Mendeley Data Export

Demo describing how to export research data to Mendeley Data

Signing and counter signing experiments

Demo describing how to sign and counter sign experiments

How to keep data alive when researchers move on?

Organizing data, methods and protocols

Managing protocols & methods

Demo describing how to manage protocols & methods

Storing experimental findings in a notebook

Demo describing how to store experimental findings in a notebook

Doing research on iPhone and iPad

Demo describing how to do research on iPhone and iPad

Collaborating with colleagues

Demo describing how to collaborate with colleagues

Staying up to date with the newsfeed

Demo describing how to stay up to date with the newsfeed

Using open science protocols

Demo describing how to use open science protocols

Managing inventory of reagents

Demo describing how to manage inventory of reagents

Archiving notebooks

Demo describing how to archive notebooks


Data repository

Introducing data manager

Data Manager has been developed to unlock the full potential of research data. With the ability to integrate with lab tools like electronic lab notebooks (ELNs) and management tools like CRIS, it fully addresses the challenges of data sharing, monitoring, quality control, reporting and compliance at the institutional level.

Start using Mendeley Data, the full demo

Long form demo describing all the steps required to register and use the basic functionality

Publishing your data under embargo

Demo describing how to publish your data under embargo on Mendeley Data

Creating & publishing data sets

Demo describing how to create & publish data sets on Mendeley Data

Creating a data set that complies

Demo describing how to create a data set that complies on Mendeley Data

Updating your data set with new version

Demo describing how to update your data set with new version on Mendeley Data


Research elements

Elsevier research elements

Now researchers can get credit for these important parts of their research. Research Elements are new peer-reviewed article formats that focus on single elements of the research cycle: data, software, and materials and methods. Readers can easily find and cite new types of information to apply to their research and reproduce results, keeping the whole research cycle alive.

SoftwareX

Software articles describe significant software and/or code in full, including relevant post publication version updates. Software articles capture all metadata needed to help others apply the software in their own research. Software articles provide a way for developers to get recognition for their work, while ensuring the software or code is published and citable, contributing to the body of work in the field.

Elsevier results in physics

Results in Physics now welcomes microarticles, short articles of just 1 or 2 pages. Microarticles allow researchers to publish interesting data that have not grown into a full piece of research.

MethodsX

Materials and methods articles provide details of the methods developed and materials used during a research cycle. They recognize the time researchers spend customizing methods and creating original laboratory resources. By publishing the description of method customizations and resource details, researchers can share their findings, helping other researchers reuse, reproduce and cite information throughout their research cycle.

Did you know that publishing data, methods and software is the new way to attract more citations?


Elsevier RDM team

Why research data sharing is important

Anita de Waard, VP of Research Data Collaborations

Key challenges to making research data reusable

Anita de Waard, VP of Research Data Collaborations

Key challenges to making research data reusable

Wouter Haak, VP Research Data Management Solutions

A proposal to Create Incidental Collaboratories for Experimental Data

Anita de Waard, VP of Research Data Collaborations

The 10 Habits of Highly Effective Research Data

Anita de Waard, VP of Research Data Collaborations

US data citation workshop: developing policy and practise

Helena Cousijn, Sr. Product Manager RDM

Why research data sharing is important

Wouter Haak, VP Research Data Management Solutions

Best way to help your researchers change behaviours in data sharing

Wouter Haak, VP Research Data Management Solutions

Making Research Data Discoverable and Usable

Anita de Waard, VP of Research Data Collaborations

Optimising Scientific Knowledge Transfer

Anita de Waard, VP of Research Data Collaborations

Software metrics

Elena Zudilova‐Seinstra, Sr. Product Manager RDM