Research Environment Training Sessions: Using Genomics England data for publications and reports
Our participants’ privacy is absolutely paramount, which is why we heavily restrict export of data from the Research Environment (RE). In this training session, we will look at what you are and are not allowed to export, and how you can ensure your exports are compliant. We will look at the tools available in the RE for compiling and composing your data. We will cover using the Airlock tool for export.
Where publications or theses require supporting evidence that is potentially identifiable, we will look at how you can enable access to this supporting data for reviewers or examiners without exporting it from the RE.
You are only allowed to attend this session if you are eligible for data access. This means that you are a GECIP or Discovery Forum member that has met the necessary verification checks and passed our Information Governance training course. If you do not meet this criterion by 16 October 2023, you will be unregistered for this session.
You can find materials from past training sessions and information on upcoming training sessions on the Genomics England Research Environment User Guide.
13.30 Introduction and admin
13.35 Rules for data export from the RE
13.45 How to ensure your exports are compliant with rules
14.00 Working with LibreOffice in the RE
14.15 Using the Airlock
14.20 Sharing data with reviewers and examiners within the RE
14:45 Getting help and questions
After this training you will know:
- what you can and can’t export from the RE
- how to compile your data for export
- how to export data using the Airlock
This training is aimed at researchers:
- working with the Genomics England Research Environment
- hoping to publish a paper, report, dissertation or thesis using Genomics England data