Creating & Sharing Scientific Websites
We were excited to help support the Transform 2022 conference this year, and work to showcase a lot of the amazing science that is going on in the subsurface geoscience community.
We gave two lightning talks at the event, one on a demo of deploying a scientific website in 4.5 minutes ⏲️ , and a talk on some highlights that Steve wanted to share from the Force11 Conference that we sponsored in 2021.
Create a scientific website in 5 min! ⏱¶
In three easy steps:
- 🧱 Have content & notebooks:
- ⌨️ Work locally with markdown:
- 🌍 Share it with the world:
I actually got the full demo done in 2 minutes and 54 seconds. 🚀
N things I learned at Force11¶
See the original blog post on Steve Purves blog. Some of the points that he covers are:
- Citations files: Citation File Format
- Contributor roles: https://credit.niso.org
- Zenodo ⇔ Github Bridge: https://docs.github.com/en/repositories/archiving-a-github-repository/referencing-and-citing-content
- OpenAlex APIs for scholarly data: https://openalex.org
So much amazing work going on in the community!
Other resources from Curvenote tagged presentationconference
We are presenting a walkthrough of Curvenote’s publishing capabilities at RSECon 2022, in Newcastle.
Enhancing FAIR Data Workflows through use of PIDs in Curvenote and beyond.
A presentation on the challenges with today’s tools for research communication & collaboration, and present a vision for the future.
Curvenote was chosen to participate in a science & technology innovation program called Creative Destruction Lab.
Curvenote was selected as one of 8 Canadian companies with over 16,000 global applications to participate in YCombinator W21, which is the premier startup accelerator in Silicon Valley.
Curvenote is a Gold Sponsor of the upcoming the FORCE11 2021 conference.