Although I want to be a professional data manager and have extensive training in data management, in practice I have realized it’s pretty tough to do, even for a small data analysis project like the Figshare users’ survey. I did data analysis for that on another computer, I was in Continue reading Data Management for Research Output with OpenWetWare Wiki
In May when my open notebook was first set up, I considered the idea of “media management” in a post called “Open Notebook Science – Media Management.” I touched on Mendeley, Figshare, and Flickr as potential ways of sharing media. I now want to point out another post by Carly Continue reading Archiving Citation Libraries for Open Notebook Science
From my July 22 meeting with Dr. Allard, some revisions to the survey instrument are warranted. The relevant files I am working with are these: DataONE_Discipline_Survey-Informed-Consent.docx DataONE_Discipline_Survey-Instrument.docx The previous notebook entry referencing these materials is online: https://notebooks.dataone.org/data-science/discipline-classification-survey-instrument-informed-consent/ As these are works in progress, the documents are archived online on the Continue reading Discipline Classification Survey Instrument & Informed Consent Revisions
I have settled on some “boilerplate” for tagging posts originally generated via e-mail. I have employed it on a few posts so far. Below is the text I have settled on: Note: the following is posted in the DataONE Data Science Open Notebook as part of an ongoing research effort Continue reading Open Notebook Science – Tagging Posts Concerning Correspondence
Note: the following is posted in the DataONE Data Science Open Notebook as part of an ongoing research effort concerning “Open Notebook Science.” From: Dave Vieglais [redacted] Sent: Monday, November 19, 2012 11:46 AM To: Jessel, Tanner Monroe Cc: Dave Vieglais; Mitchell, Chad Matthew Subject: Re: Request for File – Continue reading Archived Documents: Archiving Two .XLS Documents in Sharepoint
Yesterday evening I received correspondence from Dr. Amber Budden, Director for Community Engagement and Outreach. She inquired if I had accidentally posted my most recent open notebook log entitled “DataONE Sharepoint – E-Mailing Attachments to Sharepoint.” I see this as an understandable inquiry because this entry was “Pressed” from my Continue reading Open Notebook Science – is it a blog or not?
From: Jessel, Tanner Monroe Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2013 4:26 PM To: Davis, Miriam Subject: DataONE Sharepoint – E-Mailing Attachments to Sharepoint Hi Dr. Davis, I am interested in archiving attachments sent to me via e-mail into the DataONE SharePoint site. I did some research and was able to enable Continue reading DataONE Sharepoint – E-Mailing Attachments to Sharepoint
Interested in possibility of forwarding e-mail to both open notebook and sharepoint site. This would streamline the process of archiving documents on the UT Sharepoint site. Looking at: DataONE > UT DataONE > Documents > Network Analysis > All Documents Google Search: Sharepoint AND e-mail AND upload Found this: http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/13589/how-to-upload-documents-by-sending-an-email Continue reading Open Notebook Science – E-mailing Attachments to Sharepoint
I have apparently lost a notebook entry to the ether. Incredibly frustrating as I have no idea how this happened, but I believe it may have resulted from the “pop-up” wordpress publisher. Was I distracted and made an error, or was this a technology failure? Also frustrating is this was Continue reading Open Notebook Science – “Revision History” & Disappearing Posts
I’ve asked, but no reply so far on adding the post via e-mail plug-in to the notebooks.dataone.org wordpress installation. I may need to add some details about how it might be done, to make the case. That means two options are available to me at the moment: 1) explore “re-blogging” Continue reading E-Mail to Open Notebook – “Re-blog” not an option; “Press This” Bookmarklet is.