When you create an EndNote library, the software automatically creates the .enl and .data folders. Use the EndNote Library ‘Compress Library’ feature to back up your library or share a copy with a colleague.
This is part 4 of a four-part blog series on FAIR data principles (Part 1: Findable, part2: Accessible, part3: Interoperable, part4: Reusable). We reviewed making data findable in the part 1 blog, accessible in the part 2 blog, and interoperable in the part 3 blog. In this blog, we will discuss how to make data [Read more]
This is part 3 of a four-part blog series on FAIR data principles (Part 1: Findable, part2: Accessible, part3: Interoperable, part4: Reusable). We reviewed making data findable using metadata in the part 1 blog and making data accessible in the part 2 blog. In this blog, we will discuss how to make data interoperable. Part [Read more]
This is part 2 of a four-part blog series on FAIR data principles (part 1: Findable, part2: Accessible, part3: Interoperable, part4: Reusable). We reviewed making data findable using metadata in part 1, so now we will discuss how to make data accessible. Part 2: Accessible There are three principles: Data should be retrievable by their [Read more]
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Here, we will break down the details of the FAIR data principles in a four-part blog series: Part 1: Findable, Part 2: Accessible, Part 3: Interoperable, Part 4: Reusable. So what are the FAIR data principles, and why are they important? The FAIR data principles emphasize machine-actionability to ensure that computational systems can find, access, [Read more]
AccessEmergency Medicine is an online resource providing unique benefits to support student and resident education and clinical practice through many interactive features.
Want a resource from Olin Library but don’t have time to trek over to the Danforth Campus to fetch it? Need a book from the Brown School, but don’t want to pay for interlibrary loan? Then simply use Becker Medical Library as your preferred pickup location for material from all Washington University campus libraries. Search for [Read more]
The WashU instance of MDClone, recently upgraded to version 6, offers a more intuitive and compact user interface than previous versions.
Becker Library now provides students, staff and faculty access to: Addiction Biology Bipolar Disorders Current Developmental Disorders Reports European Journal of Pain Evidence-Based Mental Health Haemophilia Injury Prevention Journal of Attention Disorders Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology Nature Aging Nature Reviews Disease Primers Nature Reviews Methods Primers NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery NEJM Evidence [Read more]