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The nature of research is changing. What is the potential of text & data mining (TDM)to impact on this? How are researchers today using TDM to cope with the ever-increasing amount of information available? Are funder and publisher policies adapting to reflect both the legal right UK researcher have to mine published literature and the new possibilities TDM now present? These are some of the questions we will be asking in this day of talks, workshops and discussions.

 

Join Cambridge researchers, the FutureTDM project, the National Centre for Text Mining, along with guest speakers from UCL, PLOS and more to discover:

  • practical tips for the text and data mining
  • what text and data mining tools are available
  • advice on supporting researchers using, or considering using, TDM
  • improving the quality of research through text and data mining
  • innovations in text and data mining – new uses for technologies in research

Coffee and lunch will be provided and the day will end with a summer drinks reception.

There is a charge for this event. These charges are:

  • £10 for University of Cambridge members
  • £50 for all other attendees

You can register for the event at this page:  https://www.training.cam.ac.uk/osc/event/2194607

A program for the day can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1l4N2fSFgpL3iMbjKC3IxHz7GpNVvERB5NzxqWp8jZQo/edit?usp=sharing

Event date: 
Wednesday, 12 July, 2017 - 01:00
Who is this event for?: 
Event location: 
Engineering Department
Event time: 
10:30 - 17:00

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