Data organisation in spreadsheets for researchersTypically, we organize data in spreadsheets in ways that we as humans want to work with the data. However computers require data to be organized in particular ways. To use tools that make computation more efficient, such as programming languages like R or Python, we need to structure our data the way that computers can read the data.
Reproducible Research-Building Business ContinuityResearchers genuinely want to make their research more reproducible but sometimes don't know where to start or are not aware that best practice guidelines might exist.
Insider's Guide to Human Research Ethics @ GriffithThis presentation is aimed at HDR students, Early Career Researchers, and researchers who would like an insider's view about getting maximum value in minimum time from the University's human research ethics arrangements.
Copyright, Outputs and Open Access Considerations for Creative and Performing Arts ResearchersThis seminar will examine copyright, research output and open access considerations pertaining to creative and performing arts research including theses, articles and book chapters, film, music, photography, painting, sculpture, on-line art, mixed media, design, dramatic and musical performances and scripts.
Open access publishing without the fees*Are you a researcher looking to make your research more accessible and discoverable?
Join our upcoming workshop to learn about the benefits of Read and Publish agreements, which enable you to publish your journal article at no additional cost while increasing its reach and impact.