Data visualization or information visualization is a very broad term used to describe any visual representation of information. This can be anything from charts and graphs, to sketches and diagrams, to posters and presentations. Anything that help communicate information visually. Here at Snell, we usually help people with things like creating dashboards, maps, and tables of data.
"To advance science and improve human health, NIH makes the peer-reviewed articles it funds publicly available on PubMed Central. The NIH public access policy requires scientists to submit final peer-reviewed journal manuscripts that arise from NIH funds to PubMed Central immediately upon acceptance for publication."
Learn more about how to comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.
When? Begins January 25, 2023
Why? "NIH has a longstanding commitment to making the results of NIH-funded funded research available. Responsible data management and sharing has many benefits, including accelerating the pace of biomedical research, enabling validation of research results, and providing accessibility to high-value datasets."
What must I do? As of January 25, 2023, include a 1-2 page DMSP for all NIH grant proposals. The DMSP must include these 6 elements.
Guidance from NIH
Need help? We're here to support you: Contact our research data management specialist or your subject librarian.
McGraw-Hill offers course content maps to map resources from their digital medical sites to your syllabus. This will save you time from searching through their content. They are constantly being updated. See which programs are mapped.
A selection of courses with mapped content includes:
Nature Masterclasses has been developed by Nature Research to provide professional development training for researchers.
Nature Research's flagship publication is Nature, a weekly multidisciplinary journal first published in 1869. Nature Masterclasses draw on the expertise of journal editors at Nature Research.
Class topics include:
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