Date

4-1-2011

Document Type

Article

Medical Subject Headings

Information Science Data Collection Automatic Data Processing Bioinformatics Software

Disciplines

Information and Library Science | Library and Information Science

Abstract

The way research is conducted has changed over time, from simple experiments to computer modeling and simulation, from individuals working in isolated laboratories to global networks of researchers collaborating on a single topic. Often, this new paradigm results in the generation of staggering amounts of data. The intensive use of data and the existence of networks of researchers characterize e-Science. The role of libraries and librarians in e-Science has been a topic of interest for some time now. This column looks at tools, resources, and projects that demonstrate successful collaborations between libraries and researchers in e-Science.

Rights and Permissions

e-Science and Data Management Resources on the Web. Gore SA. Med Ref Serv Q. 2011 Apr;30(2):167-77.

PubMed ID

21534116

 
 

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