Make the most of your research: publish your data & methods

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From data collection, sampling choices and methodological considerations, there are many parts of your research that deserve more attention than they get in traditional journal articles. Enter research elements: a novel way to publish multiple, indexed, peer-reviewed articles from your research study. You'll be boosting your citation potential while also contributing to research transparency and reproducibility. 

In this webinar, you’ll learn about the many benefits of submitting your data, methods or protocol papers to peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journals like Data in Brief and MethodsX alongside your original research article. You’ll come away with a sound understanding of the format of these articles and how to get them published. Sign up today to learn key tips on making the most of your hard work.

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David Parsons
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Publisher, Data in Brief, Elsevier

David Parsons is the New York City-based Publisher of Data in Brief. He has been working in academic and educational publishing since 2007, covering a variety of topics including physical sciences, life sciences, and medicine. He is currently completing his MS in Data Science from Syracuse University.

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Valerie Teng-Broug
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Sr. Publisher Life Sciences, Elsevier

Based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Valerie holds a degree in Communications. She has worked at Elsevier since 1995, holding various positions as a Publisher, working on both journals and books series within the fields of Economics, Econometrics, Pure and Applied Mathematics and, most recently, in Biochemistry and Biophysics.

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