While previous video were online for some time, I have worked the concept a bit and end up with 4 videos so far. The first one is about open data and features superman. The second one is about using RDM to be sure to be able to retrieve one’s data and work more efficiently. It features Popeye. The third one is a general introduction about the main pitfalls RDM aims at avoiding, ending with a positive thinking: “we want better research in less time, while producing open FAIR data”.
Please send your feedback about the current video (now: v.3)! script Open FAIR data is the new standard (actual srt file available on github) Research data shall be free, digital, shared and re-usable. Only while open it will reach its true potential. Fostering collaboration, open data accelerates research, and even years after its production, by allowing easy preliminary and meta-analyses, open data can bring research on the right track.
Inside the eeFDM project, we are to produce videos for the promotion of RDM and open data toward researchers. Here is our first output, we are hoping for your feedback before producing the final tone. (So far, I have been doing the voiceover and we did not put any work in finding good music.) The video is available on Figshare (https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.7163396), the tone is not the definitive one. #give feedback: For RDM enthusiasts: Would you use it on your webpage and in your talks, if not, why ?
latest change: 2018-10-15 Here we are, the first real output of this outreach eeFDM project is here, have a look at our video available on figshare at https://figshare.com/s/e2b14570b5991931c92c It will be used as a generic (front credit) for longer videos with more content, we will probably start with a video about finding the data (avoiding data loss). Do you think you will use the video on your website and talks?
This video is a first draft, I would be happy to get some feedback, about the storyline and the overall design. It is focused on the HU, because I will use it for my job interview there. A version aimed at the FSU will probably follow. This post may be updated when new versions of the video will be made. You can download it here (the quality of the image is low on purpose): https://github.