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Archiving in a FAIR way, an Overview of Data Archive Costs

September 01, 2017 | By Jarno van Erp 0
One of the most underestimated parts about a FAIR data management plan is archiving your data. How am I going to store my data in such a way that people can access, download and share it? And what are the data archive costs included for storing your[…]
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Four quick tips to start making your data FAIR

August 15, 2017 | By Jarno van Erp 0
Making your data “FAIR” is something you hear more and more. In the age of creating large volumes of data and a variety of datatypes, and after experiencing data management difficulties when running large scale projects, researchers realized that[…]
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CIViC in cBioPortal

August 07, 2017 | By Sander Tan 0
CIViC, a resource for clinical interpretation of cancer variants, was added to cBioPortal by The Hyve. In the decade of precision medicine, accurate and clinically relevant information on variants in cancer patients is extremely important. This[…]
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Combining open source software licenses - The final chapter

July 14, 2017 | By Seher Room 0
In our previous two blogs posts we touched upon why it is important to add open source software licenses to your published software and had a look at two example licenses, Apache 2.0 and GPLv3. In our last blog post of this series we will zoom in to[…]
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Data warehouses for life sciences: more than storage alone

July 12, 2017 | By Wibo Pipping 0
Sharing, visualizing and analyzing your data Your institute or company is executing top-level research. You know that the generated data is available somewhere, but it is spread over many disparate databases and (shared) file drives in many[…]
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Open source license compatibility - GPLv3 and Apache 2.0

May 24, 2017 | By Seher Room 0
In our previous blog post you could read about Open Source Software and why it is important to add a software license to your software. In this blog we will start off by looking at two of the open source licenses we use at The Hyve, Apache 2.0 and[…]
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Which Open Source Software Licenses To Use And Why?

May 10, 2017 | By Seher Room 0
Recently we had an intern in the Legal team of The Hyve. Hama Othman joined the team for two months during which he looked at some legal documents of The Hyve. To be more specific we had some questions for him regarding open source software[…]
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FAIR Research Data Management in academic hospitals

April 25, 2017 | By Kees van Bochove 0
The Hyve has a growing portfolio of open source tools and products that facilitate FAIR research data management throughout academic hospitals. This ranges from using Natural Language Processing(NLP) for medical records processing to building[…]
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MatchMiner - algorithmic matching of patient data and clinical trials

April 02, 2017 | By Irina Pulyakhina 0
We are happy and proud to announce that MatchMiner – the result of our long collaboration with Dana Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) – is soon going open-source and will be available online. MatchMiner is a computational platform for algorithmically[…]
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MatchMiner: Fishing in the sea of clinical trials

April 02, 2017 | By Sjoerd van Hagen 0
The world of clinical trials can be overwhelming. More and more clinical trials are conducted, and each of them is getting more complex. Multi-arm trials have several advantages over traditional two arm trials. Testing multiple treatments at once:
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