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Metadata 101: Adding Value to HEAL Data
The NIH HEAL Initiative℠ is on a mission to utilize its vast research portfolio to create science-backed solutions to pressing and worsening public health crises. By taking advantage of ubiquitous computing power and methodological advances in data science, the data generated in HEAL studies is poised to be of greater value than would have been historically possible.

Properly preparing study data for use and re-use is the key to maximizing its potential value and impacts for diverse audiences. This third webinar in our Fresh FAIR series introduces the topic of metadata, a core focus for ensuring data is accessible for computation and further research. Metadata - or put simply “data about data” - increases the value of HEAL data for the research community by ensuring that data is findable and accessible for reuse.

John Cheadle of the HEAL Data Stewardship Group will lead a brief introductory session about metadata and its use, which will be followed by a conversation with two HEAL Investigators currently utilizing metadata in their daily work.

Nov 18, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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