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Make your data and papers open via Symplectic

Open Access and Open Data are changing: Share everything via Symplectic

Demo of new system in the Pfizer Lecture Theatre for members of the Department of Chemistry on 28th February at 13:15… 192 more words

Open Access

Get self-archiving!

As well as resolving (or attempting to resolve…) resource access problems this week, I’ve also been busy creating a guide to depositing research to UBIR… 179 more words

Research

Install and configure GIT repositories on AIX systems using yum

Assuming you have configured YUM on AIX systems as posted here https://wp.me/p5bweg-7f. Let’s install GIT packages from IBM’s repositories.

AIX

Open access: The sorry state of Indian repositories

The Hindu Education Plus |  R. Prasad |  January 30, 2017 | Opinion |

India may not have a national open access policy in place, but the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), The Department of Science & Technology (DST), the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), The University Grants Commission (UGC) have open access policies that clearly mandate researchers to deposit their papers in institutional repositories. 367 more words

Higher Education

Docker Container Management – Windows Container Management Basics

Containers are around for a long time in the Linux world. To Windows admins however they are somewhat new. During the last months lots of articles, blog posts, webinars and sessions about containers have been published, mainly about what containers are and what they can be used for. 1,186 more words

Windows Server

Visual Studio and Repositories 101

Hi

So in my previous post I gave you a brief intro about repositories and some basics on what you can do with it. If you haven’t done so already, catch up – 801 more words

Code

Get to know repositories...

So, to start of my Use Source Control for IT Needs series, let’s talk about repositories.

Repository is where you store your code.

Basically, repositories are web-based locations where you will put your files. 319 more words

Code