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Description: The video of the four presentations and roundtable panel in Session 3, as well as the corresponding slides

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Video & Annotation for Session 3: Open Tools and Platforms @youtube 0:34    Ben Busby, Genomics Outreach Coordinator & Bioinformatics Training Lead, National Center for Biotechnology Information, Talk Title: Open Science Resources at NCBI & Elsewhere! 14:38   Sean Davis, Senior Associate Scientist, National Cancer Institute, Talk Title: The Cancer Data Ecosystem: Data and Cloud Resources for Ca...

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  • Open Science Resources at NCBI & Elsewhere!

    Slides and video from presentation at the Open Science Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University on October 18th, 2018

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  • The Cancer Data Ecosystem: Data and Cloud Resources for Cancer Data Science

    Slides and video from presentation at the Open Science Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University on October 18th, 2018

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  • ENCODE DATA Wrangling Vignettes

    Slides and video from presentation at the Open Science Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University on October 18th, 2018

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  • NIPY: An Eco-System for Open Neuroscience

    Slides and video from presentation at the Open Science Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University on October 18th, 2018

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