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How to store & share your (sensitive) research data

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  1. Robin van Vleuten
  2. Jeroen Rombouts

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Category: Communication

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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This component contains: 2020.01.23_OS_SecureDataManagement_ISS.pdf: pdf of the PowerPoint presentation: (i) introducing open science, with a focus on open access and how open data can benefit researchers' careers; (ii) privacy in relation to (personal) data, how to work in a secure environment (using VPN and hard disk encryption); (iii) considerations to make when (not) sharing data, examples on...

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