The CommDat Satellite workshop at the recent ECM32 meeting was on the topic "Data Science Skills in Publishing: for authors, editors and referees". The web page for the workshop, https://www.iucr.org/resources/data/com ... a-workshop, has been updated with a full set of presentations and links to a report of the meeting and a small photo gallery. Following on from formal presentations on the checkCIF paradigm, beyond chemical crystallography, enhancing the chemical record, and future prospects, the day concluded with an open and wide-ranging discussion on such topics as: open peer review, artificial intelligence and machine learning in extracting information and knowledge from crystallographic data, and the expanding data flows at the ever improving synchrotron radiation and X-ray laser facilities and enhancement of detectors that is still ongoing.
This is a public forum that invites community input on data strategies and desirable practices. It is maintained by the IUCr Committee on Data, https://www.iucr.org/iucr/governance/ad ... ee-on-data
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