From research services to open science discussions – a summary of Think Open blog in 2018

This blog post brings together all articles in English published in the Think Open blog last year.  A large number of blog posts dealt with services for researchers, but there was also broader discussions on open science and digitalisation in the blog. The researcher will continue to be at the heart of the Think Open, but what kind of articles you wish to read in 2019?

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Introduction to Open Data Science (you may become a data scientist!)

Open Data, Open Science, and Data Science – our newest course combines these hot topics with an attractive twist. Introduction to Open Data Science (IODS) is open for everyone willing to learn how to use RStudio, R Markdown and GitHub (state-of-the-art tools of data science) to visualise and analyse open data with multivariate statistical methods following principles and practices of reproducible research. Cha(lle)nge your plans and become a data scientist!

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Enthusiasm about the new horizons – automatic data science adapted to European history and its everyday documents: newspapers

The NewsEye project builds an automatic Research Assistant based on artificial intelligence. Research will benefit from the tools and possibilities of searching and browsing huge amounts of text material. Kick off meeting of the project was held in France in May.

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