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Jarno van Erp

Jarno van Erp

Jarno van Erp did his bachelor in bio-informatics at the HAN University of Applied Science (HAN) and graduated in July 2016. He choose and completed a biology minor at the Radboud University of Nijmegen. For his internships he developed text mining pipelines and researched the potentials of using a graph network to make new scientific discoveries. During these internships he discovered a profound interest in developing software to help scientist. Jarno started at The Hyve in September 2016.

Recent Posts

FAIR data is here to stay, but where is the tooling?

November 17, 2017 | By Jarno van Erp 0
On the 8th of November 2017 we attended the FAIR data tooling meeting organized mainly for developers interested/involved in FAIR. We were invited to present about what we currently do and what we need from the community to increase the FAIRness of[…]
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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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First step towards a FAIR TranSMART

March 27, 2017 | By Jarno van Erp 0
At The Hyve we want to empower scientists by building upon open source software. With tools like TranSMART we store data and give scientists the opportunity to analyse and browse their data. However, these functionalities are only possible inside[…]
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