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
Curvenote launches Notebooks Now! at the American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting in San Francisco, where 20,000+ scientists descended on Moscone Center for five days of wide open science.
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.
We released try.curvenote.com to make it easier to create a Curvenote site!
Curvenote was chosen to participate in a science & technology innovation program called Creative Destruction Lab.