Dave Rawnsley and Chris Daly continue their exploration of usage of the UK Data Service’s international and census data, and how data citation can demonstrate how far data-enhanced research reaches.
Category: Data Citation
Dave Rawnsley and Chris Daly explore usage of the UK Data Service’s international and census data.
With three months to submission find out why citing data in impact case studies is a great way to enhance their ‘FAIR-ness’ and support the persistence of their components, REF to REF as its digital footprint increases in scope.
We’re celebrating the launch of our refreshed international data platform with a review of recent research and policy analyses using the UK Data Service’s international macrodata.
The UK Data Service spotlights its #CiteTheData campaign focused on how data citation is central not only to understanding the use of data in the collection, but helps researchers promote their research and contributes to international initiatives on impact – so please #CiteTheData.
Louise Corti, Director of Collections Development and Data Publishing for the UK Data Service explores research reproducibility in qualitative research.
Deborah Wiltshire and James Scott from the UK Data Service outline why citing secondary data is so important for the research community and what the Support Team at UK Data Service Secure Lab are doing to help ensure levels of citation increase
Esmeralda Bon, @EsmeraldaVBon is one of our UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows. In the first of three blog posts looking at measuring impact, she explores what measuring impact means.
Susan Noble, Service Manager for international data at the UK Data Service based at Jisc, talks about how we find out what people have actually done with the data we provide and why it’s important that we do what we do!
Laurence Horton is Data Librarian at the London School of Economics and Political Science and is responsible for Research Data Management support in the School. A recent Twitter trend is to list #7fav things, like films or music. “Rather than share my impeccable cultural taste, here’s a list – in no order of preference – of my seven favourite UK Data Service datasets.”